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Forestry Association Plans Landowner Meeting


The Georgia Forestry Association would like to invite you to its Forsyth Regional Forest Landowner Meeting, which will be held at the newly constructed Monroe County Clubhouse on Thursday, September 22nd at 6:00 PM. 

That's according to a Georgia Forestry Assocation news release.

This meeting will provide a valuable educational opportunity, help you stay current with news in the Forestry community, and offer food and fellowship with your friends in forestry.

Jeff Scroggin, AEP, J.D., with Scroggin & Company, P.C. of Roswell will discuss federal estate and gift laws that impact family businesses and assets. Mr. Scroggin is a nationally recognized speaker and author on Estate Tax Planning. His knowledge and expertise is highly valuable in ensuring your family’s assets successfully navigate the current economic and tax climate. Mr. Scroggin will also prepare you for other looming factors affecting family owned business and timberland owners today.

The Georgia Forestry Association welcomes any stakeholder in the area to attend this meeting. Please RSVP by email to Michele Lawson at michele@gfagrow.org or by calling (478) 992-8110 to make reservations to attend the event. A payment of $10.00 per person will be collected at the door on the evening of the event. No credit or debit cards will be accepted.

Founded in 1907, the Georgia Forestry Association is Georgia’s oldest conservation organization and the leading advocate for forestry in the state of Georgia.  For more information on the association and its mission you can visit www.gfagrow.org

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