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Should I Sell My Land? beginners landownership longterm management management planning women landowners Nov 30, 2023

At some point or another, you've likely come across the question in your mind of "should I sell my land?" We perhaps don't necessarily admit that out loud, but it's something at some point in our lives, our parents lives, or our kids lives that will come about. So let's just talk about that...

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Four Landowner Lessons CrossFit has Taught Me forestry landownership longterm management Jul 12, 2023

Have you ever heard of CrossFit? I'm sure you have... and you've heard about "drinking the Koolaide!" and perhaps even joked about the "cult-like" atmosphere for the fitness community. 

But I have been a CrossFitter for a few years. And the honest truth why my husband and I started was...

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Setting Realistic Goals beginners landownership longterm management women landowners Jan 08, 2023

It's another new year and the mantra typically heard is "New Year, New Me!" or the "New Year, Better Me!"

And we set our resolutions of things we've neglected last year and "promised" to start right after we get that new calendar flipped over for the new year. 

And if you're like me, it...

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Making Your Land A Legacy forestry landownership longterm management planning women landowners Nov 13, 2022

Tell me if this sounds familiar

  • You load the dishes in the dishwasher after dinner because it irks you when it's "not stacked right..."
  • You fold the laundry at 10:00pm and put it away "to make sure it gets put in the right spot" and to avoid the 3,000 texts/calls asking about Lucy's shorts and...
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Revising Your Land Plan landownership longterm management planning Jun 13, 2022

It’s halfway through June, which means we are literally half-way through the year! And if you’re like me, you were working on your daily checklists and so focused on reaching your daily goals, you blinked and didn’t even realize that half your year has already passed you...

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