Join fellow farmers and attorney Karen Benefield to learn how to protect your land for future generations through legal precautions, such as writing a will and other estate planning measures to combat and prevent land theft and loss. This workshop will be held at the Ma-Chis Lower Creek Indian Tribe of Alabama meeting house in Elba, AL, and this event is coordinated by AL CRAFT Steering Committee Member, Ms. Barbara Shipman of Cottage House Inc.
What is CRAFT?
CRAFT stands for Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training and is a model for on-farm peer-to-peer training and network-building for farmers. The original CRAFT network formed in upstate New York and has been replicated many times since, adapted to meet the needs of each particular place.
Alabama CRAFT includes farm owners/operators as well as farm interns, apprentices, and employees, and aspiring farmers. It builds on past efforts to build community and share knowledge – including but not limited to the Regional Alabama Farmer Socials, and ASAN’s kindling workdays and crop mobs and Skillshare Trainings. Full 2022 Schedule can be found at asanonline.org/CRAFT
CRAFT is supported by the generosity of the Alabama Association of RC&D Councils.
Elba, AL 36323