Underneath the watchful eye of Mt Si sits an amazing horse property. Picture ten acres with a managed forest, flower gardens, pergola, fishponds, vegetable garden—and of course mud-free paddocks, compost bins, pasture areas, and an outdoor arena. An extra twist to this horse property is the rustic, well-appointed event center above the barn.
Join us at this innovative horse property to see and learn how others are leveraging their eco-sensitive horse acreage to create financial sustainability. Alayne Blickle, of Horses for Clean Water, will talk about how Sweet Pepper Ranch, her small acreage guest ranch and horse motel in Nampa, Idaho is helping create financial sustainability for her family.
Also, hear about King County tax reduction programs for commercial farms and prepare for brainstorming and idea-generating on how eco and agri-tourism might work for you!