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Ohio Landowner Toolkit with bonus online content

Published Jan. 16, 2014 | Discuss this article on Facebook
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Ohio Farm Bureau works to provide landowners with the information to help manage their property and to stay up to date on rural issues. Owning land comes with special responsibilities, and Ohio Farm Bureau is here to help. Members can download the Ohio Landowner Toolkit and access other bonus online content. Not a member? There are free excerpts and other materials to check out while you consider joining Farm Bureau.Here are Farm Bureau resources for Ohio landowners:


Ohio Landowner Toolkit This 50-page booklet contains essential information prepared by our legal team that will help answer questions unique to you as a property owner. You must be a member to download the full toolkitNot a member? Learn more about Farm Bureau's resources and request free information about the Ohio Landowner Toolkit.

Legal Information Blogs and Brochures - Eminent domain, oil and gas leasing, open burning and all purpose vehicle use are just some of the topics covered in Ohio Farm Bureau’s Legal Information Series brochures. These are the individual brochures that make up the full toolkit available to Farm Bureau members only. The accompanying blogs offer FREE top tips on the topics. Not a member?Learn more about Farm Bureau's resources and request free information about the Ohio Landowner Toolkit.

Legal with Leah Podcasts - OFBF’s director of agricultural law Leah Curtis and Joe Cornely discuss the topics on the minds of Ohio landowners.

Local Landowner Education Events - Educational events and meetings are held by county Farm Bureaus throughout Ohio, covering landowner topics such as oil and gas leasing, pipeline easements, CAUV, Nationwide Land as you Legacy (estate planning), wind energy and community energy briefings.

Landowner Advocacy - A few highlights of Farm Bureau's advocacy work at the Ohio Statehouse, Ohio Supreme Court, Congress, Federal Supreme Court and with local governments to ensure property rights and address other issues landowners have.

Useful Links - A few links to other organizations that can help landowners with questions, concerns and problems.

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