Letters to the Editor

Don’t close door on ag enterprises

I support the growth of a local economy and I look at the Sawdust Hill Llama Farm as an agricultural-related community service establishment that clearly is about keeping dollars in Kitsap County. I hate mail-order catalogues to purchase products.

I support what Sawdust Hill Llama Farm provides in a variety of services, including agritourism opportunities. We have too few farms open to the public that offers people hands-on experiences as well as the ability to pick up needed supplies and related products.

I am opposed to losing this viable and service-oriented resource in our community.

I agree with Scott Hall’s suggestion to put a moratorium on any farm business actions until DCD makes time to update our very outdated set of codes addressing agricultural businesses.

Do not close the door on this ag enterprise.

Nikki Johanson
Pheasant Fields Farm


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