King County Code allows wetland and stream buffer flexibility for landowners who voluntarily develop a stewardship plan. MacWhinney Environmental Consulting can assist you with developing a plan that allows you to enjoy your property in a sustainable way, while obtaining flexibility from the standard buffer widths.
This option in King County Code (KCC 21A.24) requires a sincere desire to work in concert with the landscape, and reduce impacts in ways that make sense for your lifestyle. I can work with you on a comprehensive site design that is designed to meet the requirements of the King County permit process, and offer flexibility on buffer widths.
Read more about Rural Stewardship here: Rural Stewardship Planning in King County
"Betsy provided us with a rural stewardship plan that was professional and obtainable. She guided us every step of the way. Without her expertise we would not have been able to build a home on our beautiful piece of property". - Kathleen Chartrand, King County, WA