Mark Sollitto
35 Years of Results in 
Conservation and Land Use
 

Sustainable Conservation Solutions


 

                 

OLD ways of building new subdivisions that convert the black gold of our farms and forests to asphalt and roofs is not sustainable in the 21st Century.
Six million people now reside in Washington State-four million in the Puget Sound Basin. Population projections for the Puget Sound Basin by the PSRC estimate there will be several hundred thousand new residents arriving over the next 20 years. That growth, to protect our farms and forests, must be directed into our cities where the capacity exists to provide basic public services.

The quality of life and the future of the Puget Sound Region depends on the design and  implementation of strategic landscape level policies that create vibrant urban communities while protecting our local farms and forests through a variety of tools:
  • Conservation Finance
  • Conservation Development  through Land Use Incentives
  • Transfer of Development Rights
  • Purchase of Development Rights
  • Fee Simple Acquisition
  • Conservation Easements
  • Land Trades
  • Public and Private Grants/Bonds
Mark offers
 a range of innovative and successful land use and conservation services built on a long record of successful results that incorporate a sustainable future. He believes we owe that to our kids and their grand kids.

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MAINTAINING SOURCES OF FRESH LOCAL SEAFOOD, DAIRY, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ARE PART OF THE SUSTAINABLE FOUNDATION FOR THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.

Sustainable Friends of Mark Sollitto

Bill Ruckelshaus
Jim Ellis
Former Seattle Mayor Charles Royer
Former King County Council member Louise Miller
Rachel Bianchi
Gene Duvernoy, President Forterra
Mary Norton
joan burlingame
King County Executive
Dow Constantine
Former King County Council member 
Larry Phillips
Terry Williams, Natural Resources Director, Tulalip Tribe

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