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Realizing Forest Assets Seminar

Local Companies to Host Event at Pinney-Purdue on August 6th

WABASH, IN: Rooted IN Forestry along with Purdue Extension, Indiana DNR and Halderman Real Estate and Farm Management are hosting an event highlighting the economic benefits of forest ownership. The seminar will be held on Tuesday, August 6 at the Pinney-Purdue Agricultural Center in Wanatah, IN.

Featured speakers include Howard Halderman presenting on the current demand and price trends in crops vs. timberland. Larry Smith, local Halderman Representative in the area will talk about how owners can utilize consulting foresters for creating a periodic income from their forest. Talking on timber economics and tax advantages of timber assets will be Lenny Farlee, an Extension Forester with Purdue University FNR. IDNR District Forester James Potthoff will speak on classified forests, forest management plans and property taxes. Rounding out the evening will be Michael Denman and Andrew Suseland who are forestry consultants with Rooted IN Forestry. They will speak on timberland appraisals and ownership transfers.

The purpose of this event is to help forest owners realize what an asset they have and to make them aware of the resources and tools they have available to help them maximize the returns on their investment.

For more information about this seminar please contact Larry Smith at larrys@halderman.com or by phone 219-716-4041 or Michael Denman at mdenman@comcast.net or 574-292-9217. Reservations will be accepted through July 30th.

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