• January 17, 2024
  • January 24, 2024
  • January 31, 2024
  • February 7, 2024

11am - 1pm Live webinar. Registration gives you access to all the webinars in this series. Webinar recordings will also be made available to watch at your convenience.

Virtual Meeting

These webinars will be hosted virtually via Zoom. We will provide the Zoom link after registration. Or if you prefer to connect via telephone, we can provide the dial-in information.


Mike Ghia
Vermont Field Agent 

Will O'Meara

Connecticut Field Agent


Nick Bullock, EA
Senior Farm Tax Specialist for Farm Credit East (White River Junction, VT)

Daphne Moritz, Of Counsel
Sheehey, Furlong & Behm, PC (Norwich, VT)

Questions? Please contact:

Land For Good 

Farm Succession Planning
free webinar series!

For transitioning farmers and junior generation farmers to learn the basics of farm succession planning, how to get started, and where to find support with resources, tips, financial and legal considerations, and more!

Our experts can address your important questions! Feel like your family needs to start talking about the future of the farm, but you don't know where to start? Have questions about passing on the farm?

Farmers from across New England are welcome to attend. All generations are encouraged to attend! Unrelated successors who may play a role in the farm’s future are also encouraged to attend.

Four-part webinar series:

  • Session 1 - Getting Started & Financial Considerations
    Resources, Tips and Where to Get Assistance
  • Session 2 - Legal Considerations
    Business Entities, and Estate Planning
  • Session 3 - Financial, Retirement & Tax Considerations 
    Taxes, Viability and Retirement 
  • Session 4 - Farmer Panel: Successes & Challenges
    Several farmers will present their succession experience.

Registration gives you access to all of the webinars in this series, as well as class worksheets and resource handouts. Webinar recordings will also be made available to all who register. 

“Fantastic job packing so much information into short webinars! The course gave me a broad understanding of how financially, emotionally, and legally complex this is for families, as well as how much time it can take. It also identified resources to get started," shared a participant.

To register now click the button below! Or for more information, call (603) 357-1600 or email 

Funding provided by the Vermont Housing & Conservation Board through the VT Viability Program. Funding for this project was also paid for by the CT Department of Agriculture’s CT FarmLink Program.

Special thanks to our Sponsors:

  • Nick Bullock, EA, Farm Credit East - Farm Credit East is a financial cooperative providing credit and financial services to farmers, commercial fishermen, forest products producers and agribusinesses in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York,New Jersey and Vermont.Contact My Office. Learn more at
  • Daphne Moritz, Sheehey, Furlong & Behm - With a unique blend of expertise, actionable insight, and unwavering dedication, Sheehey offers legal advice, guidance and support that provides clients with timely and cost-effective solutions. With deep experience in a variety of practice areas, from large transactions to complex litigation, land use planning, sophisticated estate and tax planning, regulatory compliance, and more, Sheehey possesses a singular focus on helping you achieve your legal goals. Learn more at