The Positives of Passing it On


May 11, 2024    
9:30 am - 2:45 pm

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We are excited to announce that this event will be available to attendees both in-person and virtually! Upon registration, you will recieve a link for the livestream of our in-person event. It’ll also be recorded and available on-demand for six months for all participants!

What will I learn?

Do you really want your ranching business to continue? If so, you’ve important decisions to make and actions to take…starting today. In this upbeat, eye-opening workshop, you’ll learn the top 3 things that must be addressed for the successful transition of a business. It becomes very clear that the education, experience and work of the generations build a solid foundation creating a business worthy of transitioning. Then there must be a transparent process for the transition of the physical assets. You’ll realize that “passing it on” does not have be a painful, dreaded process, but one that brings peace of mind, assurance of a legacy business, clarity for family, and renewed motivation to make a good business even better.


  • 9:30 – 11:45 am “The Positives of Passing It On”
  • 11:45 – 12:45 pm Catered Lunch from A.E. Catering
  • 12:45 – 2:00 pm Key Advisors Panel
    • Attorney: Ariel Overstreet-Adkins, Bluebird Law
    • Accountant: Britney Tempel, Montana Roots Accounting
    • Financial Advisor: Ty McDonald, Down Home Financial
  • 2:15 – 2:45 pm Keepers & Celebration

About Ranchers Stewardship Alliance

The Ranchers Stewardship Alliance (RSA) exists to help multi-generational and beginning ranchers build collaborative, trusting relationships and community-based solutions as they steward healthy working landscapes and encourage vibrant rural communities. We believe in a future where ranching and rural communities in the Northern Great Plains are so successful that ranch families never need to consider selling or transitioning their land out of production agriculture.

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