SCACED Landowner 201 workshop in partnership with the Center for Heirs' Property Preservation of South Carolina and The Conservation Fund will offer information on heirs' property, sustainable forestry and how to successfully access USDA resources.
Through this educational seminar attendees will increase their knowledge of the center's work to include:
1) what heirs' property is and isn't;
2) the importance of having a will drafted;
3) tax policies and procedures;
4) the steps needed to be taken to resolve HP issues; and
5) how to increase income from your forestland through sustainable forest management.
For questions please reach out to Ken Harvin firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Harvin has spent twenty years as a community development practitioner in Communities of Color addressing the issue of social inequality using community-building and -organizing principles. Mr. Harvin graduated from Scott’s Branch High School in the historic civil rights community of Summerton, SC and was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corp. Mr. Harvin holds a masters’ degree in nonprofit management with a specialization in community development finance from the New School for Public Engagement, Milano School of International Affairs, and Management and Urban Policy. As a practitioner, Mr. Harvin has consulted with nonprofits, community action agencies and public charter schools in urban and rural environments to build organization capacity to effect change at the individual and community level. Among his accomplishments are the securing of multiple federal and state awards for community development projects.
The Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that protects heirs’ property and promotes its sustainable use to provide increased economic benefit to historically under-served families.