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Online Registration

Now you can register for most VFLEP programs on-line using a credit or debit card.

Program Registration

You may register on-line for the following programs (click on program name for more details about the class; you may only register for one program at a time).

Please select a program:

Progressive Tree Planting Workshop; May 9; $10

Summer Landowner Weekend Retreat; June 28-29; Galax; Select commuting/lodging options on next page

Preparing for Generation NEXT; July 29 & Aug. 5, Farmville

Name (First and Last)
Name(s) of family member(s) also attending

Address
City
State
Zip
Acres Owned Forested Open
Land County  
e-mail
Phone (include area code)
Dietary restrictions? Please specify.
The following questions apply ONLY to those who are registering for the Preparing for Generation NEXT Program.
Do you have a current will?
Have you investigated or otherwise initiated any other estate planning tools?
Is your property currently enrolled in any of the following  conservation tools? (Select all that apply).

County Land Use   Conservation Easement

Purchase of Development Rights   Ag-Forestal District

A significant focus of this short-course relates to working with family members. If accepted to the program, how likely are you to follow-through with the course workbook and work with other family members to initiate succession planning? (1 = not likely; 5 = very likely)
What barriers do you  anticipate?
Are you committed to attending both sessions and completing the homework between session?

VFLEP's Credit Card Policy


Upcoming Programs

Summer Landowner Weekend Retreat

  • June 28-29
  • Matthews State Forest, Galax
  • $65/person; $95/couple (includes Saturday lodging & meals)
  • $35/person; $50/couple (meals only)
  • Register on-line or by mail
  • Agenda coming soon

Focusing on Land Transfer to Generation NEXT

  • July 29 & Aug. 5
  • 12:30 - 7 p.m.
  • Moton Museum, Farmville
  • $50* for up to 2 family members
  • $25* for each additional family member
  • Register by mail or on-line

*The New Farm Bill - Explained*

Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2013 Tax Year


Can the cold weather help control the hemlock woolly adelgid?  Read about this herehere, and here.


Did You Know?

Virginia State University is developing a program in Forestry and Natural Resources, including research, education, and outreach. Interested? Check out Forestry at VSU.


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VFLEP is a Virginia Cooperative Extension Program.