The King County Agriculture Commission invites your ideas about the future of agriculture.
The King County Agriculture Commission is sponsoring a series of 5 public meetings in early 2009 to gather information that will help shape the future of agriculture in King County.
Findings from these meetings and other research will be used in a report to the King County Council relating to the future of agriculture within the county’s agricultural production districts, plus recommendations for legislation regarding the allowed size of agricultural accessory buildings.
Meeting dates & times:
Woodinville - Thursday, January 8 - 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.,
Carnation - Thursday, January 22 – 7-9pm
Auburn - Thursday, February 12 - 7–9pm
Enumclaw - Thursday March 12 - 7 – 9pm
Vashon – date to be determined
For details, go to: www.kingcounty.gov/wlr.
Meeting participants will be asked to share their opinions on several important questions, including:
* What are you growing or raising and how is it changing?
* What kinds of resources or services do you need to be a successful farmer in the future?
* What are the trends you think are important to the future of farming in this region?
* How can King County nurture and promote the business of farming for the future?
Your ideas on the future of farming can also be shared with King County through a short online questionnaire, at http://www.kingcounty.gov/wlr.
For more information, contact Nancy Hutto, chair of the King County Agriculture Commission at 206-949-4550 or Steve Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org .