Access is a topic of increasing importance throughout the West, whether it involve private parties seeking access to a residence, a corporate owner utilizing or defending its rights, or the ambitious public recreating within intermingled “public” lands. This workshop will address easements, rights of way, and related ownership and management issues. Additional topics will include legal and sociopolitical relationships with federal, tribal and local governments, federal law management issues that can involve private lands, options for reconfiguring land ownership, conservation easements, and state laws uniquely relevant to private forestry, such as timber trespass. This workshop is designed for private forest land owners and managers, as well as lawyers and transaction/title specialists who work in rural areas. The presentation will discuss and is geared to participants from Idaho, Eastern Washington and Montana. We encourage attendees to come with specific questions and be ready to participate in an active discussion on topics within the boundaries of the agenda.
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