“The day we begin to take our agricultural legacy for granted is the day that we will begin to lose it.”
—Elson S. Floyd, WSU President
Your land is important to you—it has sustained and rewarded you. It represents years of hard work, dedication, and stewardship.
It’s more than just acreage, it’s your heritage. It’s part of your family. And naturally, you want to make sure it endures.
That’s why we’re asking you to consider establishing a Land Legacy with Washington State University. A well-planned charitable gift of land can provide tangible benefits to you and to others, now and in the future—and preserve the land that bears your name.
WSU is committed to responsible stewardship of your gift
We will work with you to create a plan that reflects your wishes and benefits everyone involved.
The Land Legacy Council—with membership representing farmers, ranchers, timber experts, and agribusiness leaders—will manage your land to sustain its value and productivity far into the future.