Land Utilization and Heirs Property: Standing on a Lot of Love

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Saturday, September 4, 2021
9–10:30 a.m., ET

Please join N.C. Cooperative Extension, Community and Rural Development program, in partnership with NC State Extension Forestry for this virtual session. This session will provide information on land utilization and heirs property, including issues and legal challenges.

This Session Will Cover

  • Origins of issues around heir property
  • Initiatives related to heirs property preservation
  • Economic and green incentives to address legal challenges
  • Addressing legal challenges of heirs property
  • What natural resource and conservationist professionals can do for landownership including heirs property

Registration closes September 3, 2021, at noon, EST


For more information, please view the event flyer.

The Zoom Video Conference information will be sent out prior to the workshop date. Zoom is accessible via computer, phone, or tablet. Visit the Zoom Help Center for Frequently Asked Questions and information on how to get started!

This class is presented by N.C. Cooperative Extension, Edgecombe, Harnett, and Nash County Centers  – Community and Rural Development. Citizens of any county/state are welcome!

If you have any questions, please contact Shoneca Kent, Community and Rural Development Agent at or (252) 641-7821.

North Carolina Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity provider.

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