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How will your product be sold to consumers?

  1. Selling Direct to Consumer
  2. Selling On-Farm
  3. Selling at Farmers Market
  4. Selling Retail

Pierce County

Agritourism activities are allowed if principal use is agriculture. Other permits may be required including a home occupation or cottage industry permit. See 18A.33.260A and 18A.37.110



How does your product impact the land?

  1. Land Use
  2. Structures
  3. Irrigation/Wells
  4. Licensing/Registration
  5. Production & Processing

Pierce County

Review parcel for any zoning restrictions, critical area considerations, and requirements for permitting farm structures. Each parcel may have specific requirements. Specific requirements for livestock include  18A.33.260D, 18E.70.040 (B3-11) and 18E.70.040C (7 and 80)

These regulation roadmaps are strictly a guide intended to give producers an idea of the regulations and permits they may need. They do not include all necessary steps that may apply to your farm product. Producers are ultimately responsible for conducting their own research and obtaining the correct permits.