Raging River Conservation Group
Posted on July 21, 2018

July 2018 Update

King County Forestry Program

Want to help preserve Green Spaces in King County, and learn how to do it?
Want to lower your property tax?
You might be able to do both!

Raging River Conservation Group supports the King County Forestry Program, and encourages you to attend the upcoming class.

SAVE THE DATE!
“Forest Stewardship Coached Planning – a forestry class for Property Owners”
Wednesday evenings, starting September 5th
Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation

A part of this class is designed to help you write your own simple forestry plan that may qualify you for property tax reductions or conservation cost-sharing grants.

For a brochure of the class, click here.

Or go to the web site: http://forestry.wsu.edu/nps/events/cpcarnation/

For questions or additional information, contact:
Kelsey Ketcheson
Forestry Program Coordinator
Washington State University Extension
Phone: (206) 263-1128

The King County Forestry Program is a wonderful way to protect and preserve our local forest lands, and get a great property tax break too!
For information on the Forestry Program, go to the web site:
https://www.kingcounty.gov/services/environment/water-and-land/forestry/landownerhelp.aspx

For questions or additional information, contact:
Wendy Sammarco
Stewardship Forester
King County Water & Land Resources
Phone: (206) 263-6916

Please visit our Raging River Conservation Group website often for updates and information about the quarry issue as well as other conservation efforts in the Raging River Watershed.

Thank you!
Raging River Conservation Group

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Additional information:

Please note the ANSWER from DPER regarding property issues:
24._The quarry operator shall be responsible for any damage to nearby properties, including domestic water supply wells, attributable to blasting on the subject property. Claims for any such damage shall be the responsibility of the affected property owner and the quarry operator to handle directly between themselves, but a failure of the quarry operator to respond in good faith to any such claim may be cause for denial of future grading permits, or prohibition or restriction upon future blasting.

The quarry mailing address is:
Raging River Quarry, LLC
3132 NE Harrison St.
Issaquah, WA 98029