Your Land, Your Legacy Workshop Series

— Written By and last updated by Judy Moore
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Lincoln County Agricultural Land Owner,
You are invited to a series of workshops with critical, practical information to help preserve your farmland as agricultural land in Lincoln County. There are many aspects that you may or may not be aware of, and this is your opportunity to be informed, ask questions, and be heard on the issues
The workshops make up one overall program, with different important topics at each one. See an outline of the agenda BELOW.

There is a sponsored breakfast at 8:00 a.m. at each workshop, so PLEASE call and register for the series by calling (704) 922-2118.

Workshop #1
  • Rural Ag Zoning, Purpose of Planning Board and Board of Adjustments – Lincoln County Planning Director will be present to respond to your questions. 
  • Tax issues, and Present Use Value – Lincoln County Tax Directors will be present to address your questions. 
  • Conservation Easements
  • Wildland Engineering: Stream Mitigation Easements
Workshop #2 
  • Voluntary & Enhanced Voluntary Ag Districts – Director of Lincoln Soil and Water Conservation District
  • Timber and Boundary Management
  • Wildlife Management/Hunting Leases/Trespass
  •  Wills, trusts, Ladybird Johnson deeds, land transfer and estate
Workshop #3
  • Farm Lease Agreements
  • How to find land to buy? How to find land to lease?
  • Protecting water quality; cost share programs
  • Forest Management Plans (PUV) – who to contact, what does it entail, how are they implemented, etc.
  • Eminent Domain/Land Owner Rights and what you need to know
    about utility right-of-ways
I hope you are able to make it to these important workshops. You will almost certainly find helpful information to protect your farmland legacy into the future.