Regional Conservation Partnership

2019 Update: Pierce County Conservation Futures Makes Farmland Conservation a High Priority for Their 2019 Grant Round

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Click Here If You Are Interested in Conserving Your Farm

The goal of the Regional Conservation Partnership is to permanently conserve ~1,000 acres of prime farmland in the Puyallup & Nisqually Watersheds and to implement conservation practices on ~200 acres over the next 4-years. We work with landowners on a voluntary basis and can provide both Technical Assistance and Financial Assistance.

Working landowners can get involved in two primary ways:

  • Conserving your land by selling your development rights and placing an agricultural easement on your property.
  • Improving your land through conservation practice implementation with Technical and Financial Assistance.

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The Regional Conservation Partnership includes these partners:

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