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By Susan Himes/Communications specialist—
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will hold a weekly webinar series, Landowner Laws and Responsibilities, from Oct. 23- Nov. 13. The free series will be held on the Zoom meeting platform Fridays from 1-3 p.m.
Preregistering with one of the AgriLife Extension county agents hosting the event is required to receive the Zoom link. You may RSVP to Heath Lusty, Lampasas County, 512-556-8271; Kelly Tarla, Burnet County, 512-756-5463; or Tom Guthrie, Mills County, 325-648-2650.
Different laws affecting landowners will be topics in the Texas A&M AgriLife webinar series. (AgriLife Extension photo by Blair Fannin)
“Workshops on law-related topics are always popular with our producers,” said Tarla. “We’ve got a group of speakers who will address many legal concerns and questions that landowners frequently have.”
Dates, topics and speakers are as follows:
• Oct. 23, Water Law – James Bradbury, adjunct professor at Texas A&M School of Law and attorney at James D. Bradbury PLLC, Fort Worth.
• Oct. 30, Landowner Resources – Lusty, Guthrie and Tarla.
• Nov. 6, Eminent Domain – Luke Ellis, Texas eminent domain and condemnation trial attorney and partner at Marrs, Ellis and Hodge LLP, Austin.
• Nov. 13, Estate Planning and Conservation Easements – Bradbury and Steve Clausen, wealth preservation, probate and tax attorney at Caldwell East & Finlayson PLLC, San Antonio.