Do you own, lease, or manage land? Would an increase in confidence, improved communication skills, and helpful resources allow you to better navigate farmland leasing issues? If so, join this interactive farmland leasing workshop developed for women involved in all stages and aspects of agriculture! Workshop topics cover:
- Assessing the risk-reward continuum for tenants and landowners
- Farmland leasing best practices
- Enhancing communication skills
- Developing equitable rental rates
- Answers to your questions and concerns
Cost is $25 per person and includes a box lunch. Four workshops will be offered around Ohio and each will be from 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM :
- January 27 – Medina County (Medina)
- February 15 – Ross County (Chillicothe)
- February 24 – Morrow County (Mt. Gilead)
- March 3 – Putnam County (Ottawa)
Register at https://go.osu.edu/ladiesontheland
Ladies on the Land 2022 Flyer
Coshocton County and Putnam County OSU Extension will host a Women in Agriculture program on Saturday, February 11 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The interactive Lady Landlord workshop provides women landowners with the confidence, skills, and resources necessary to interact with tenants, develop and negotiate lease arrangements, and more. Registration includes all materials with lunch provided.
Topics for the day will include addressing the risks of leasing, verbal versus written leases, nuts and bolts of a lease, communicating with your tenant, negotiation process and skills, factors that affect the rental rate and more.
This workshop will share OSU Extension field specialist and educators between the Coshocton County and Putnam County locations utilizing technology for live streaming. Peggy Hall and Emily Adams will teach from Coshocton County and Beth Scheckelhoff and Tony Nye will teach from Putnam County.
Cost for the Lady Landlord program is $20. For the Coshocton County location, please visit coshocton.osu.edu for a registration flyer or contact Emily Adams with questions at 740-622-2265 or firstname.lastname@example.org . For the Putnam County location, please visit putnam.osu.edu for a registration flyer or contact Beth Scheckelhoff with questions at 419-592-0806 or email@example.com .