8 Tips for Leasing Land for Events


| 5/11/2017 3:44:00 PM


Tags: Land, Farm, Hosting Events,

Megan WildLeasing your land for outdoor events can be beneficial. Owning a farm means owning lots of land. For most of the year, your land is used to grow crops. When the growing season is over, it might not serve a purpose. What if you could do something with your land during the off season or during rotation, so you’re earning revenue instead?

Leasing your land for outdoor events could be a beneficial prospect. After all, Woodstock was held on a dairy farm, and that turned out mostly all right. With a little planning and foresight you can overcome the problems that Woodstock incurred and create a memorable and comfortable experience for guests.

There are many elements to consider when leasing your land for outdoor events, and the following tips will help you through the process.

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1. Make Sure You Have the Proper Permits

Depending on what type of event you want to host, you must make sure you obtain the proper permits. Without them, your event will be shut down immediately, which can lead to unhappy people and extreme embarrassment.




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