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Farm Conservation Plans

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Layer name: FARMPLAN
Subject category: natres
Title: Farm Conservation Plans
Feature Count: 814
Feature Type: Point
Abstract: KCD Farm Conservation Plans are documents developed jointly by King Conservation District and land managers. Farm Conservation Plans include actions that land managers can take to achieve their land use goals while protecting water and other natural resources. The planning process takes into consideration the size of the farm, type of soils, slope of the land, proximity to streams or water bodies, type of livestock or crops, and resources such as machinery, buildings and available finances.
Purpose: One point for each Farm Conservation Plan for years 2008-2017
Status: Complete
Updated: As needed
Time period of content: (single date,as YYYYMMDD)::
Time period of content: (date range, as YYYYMMDD):: 20080101 - 20170131
Spatial reference: WA State Plane North
FGDC Documentation: Classic or FAQ
Open Data Availability: Not Available
Place Keywords: Pacific NW, King County, WA, Washington state,
Theme Keywords: natres, agriculture, farm, conservation, natural resource management, plan, farming, environment,
Lineage: Available
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King County IT, GIS Center
Primary: Todd Klinka, GIS Analyst, 206-477-4412
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Secondary: KCGIS Center; This mailbox is monitored during business hours.

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