Snoqualmie Fish, Farm and Flood Initiative

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The 2012 King County Comprehensive Plan directed the Department of Natural Resources and Parks to create a collaborative, grass-roots effort to determine how to move forward toward achieving the goals of these sometimes competing priorities. In 2017, The Fish, Farm and Flood (FFF) Advisory Committee transmitted a set of recommended actions to the County Executive and Council and the FFF Implementation Oversight Committee (IOC) was created to ensure balanced implementation of those actions. Although the IOC works collaboratively to advance shared priorities, members representing each sector are led by an IOC co-chair: Cindy Spiry (Fish), Bobbi Lindemulder (Farm), and Angela Donaldson (Flood).

https://kingcounty.gov/services/environment/watersheds/snoqualmie-skykomish/fish-farms-flooding.aspx

Chronology

  • 2012 - King County Comprehensive Plan idetnfiies the need for collaborative grass roots efforts to solve fish, flood and farm issues.
  • 2012 - Kubo et al 2019 summarizes science on buffer functions in Snoqualmie Valley
  • 2020 - Buffer task force issues its final report, LeDoux & Kubo 2020
  • 2021 - The Regulatory Task Force publishes King County 2021 as a series of issue papers.