I just bought some land. What’s next?
Trespass is a near-universal concern of landowners and relatively frequent in all of its forms. Having confidence in your property boundaries can help you settle disputes and prevent trespassing in the first place. Read more
Are you liable for damages if someone gets hurt on your property? It depends. Wisconsin state statute was written to cover some – but not all – personal liability for injury or death of recreationists on your land. Read more
As a rural landowner, you don’t have to go it alone. County, state, and federal agencies all invest in the health of private lands by providing expertise and grants to fight invasive species, curb erosion, write forest plans, and more. Read more
It’s been said that six or fewer “friend of a friend” connections link everyone on the planet. Fewer connections may link everyone in rural areas. As a woodland owner, connecting with the right people can make all the difference. Read more
Your land may qualify as “agricultural forest,” a classification that reduces the tax on those acres by 50 percent! In this section, we cover the Wisconsin statute on agricultural forest and what it means for you. Read more