Meeting Dates and Times:13 July \u2013 7 August 2009 \u2013 M, T, W, R \u2013 5:00 \u2013 7:30pm
Owning and managing forests is a legal endeavor, from purchase agreements and title
searches to surveys, boundaries and timber sales. This course will cover all of the practical
aspects of owning forests, including the most common disputes involving forests and how to
Students who complete the course will have a solid understanding of many of the legal
challenges that face those who own and manage forests. Learning outcomes will include: A
thorough understanding of private property, title and ownership, surveys and boundaries, and
contracts involving forests. Students will also develop an ability to understand the ethical
implications of decisions, and how to deal with people that ignore the law. Those who
successfully complete this course will have a working knowledge of commonly used contracts
in forestry practice.
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