An independent team is conducting a new study to find the best ways to protect Pierce County’s remaining commercial agricultural land.
- How much farmland should be protected—and where?
- Are changes needed in the criteria the County uses to designate land for ARL (Agricultural Resource Lands) zoning?
- What other steps are needed to conserve commercially viable farmland?
Learn more – drop by:
Tuesday, August 9:
Kapowsin Elementary School Multipurpose/Commons
10412 264th St. E, Graham
101 Washington Ave NW
Wednesday, August 10:
Gig Harbor City Hall – Council Chambers
3510 Grandview Street
Bill Vetter, Pierce County Council Audit Committee
[email protected] / 253-732-1648
Can’t attend? Join the conversation – take the survey online: www.freshlookatpierceag.org