How do I being with the SEPA process?
Your first step in the SEPA process is filling out the environmental checklist. The purpose of the environmental checklist is to provide information to identify likely environmental impacts from proposals and to reduce or avoid these impacts, if possible. The agency will also use this information to decide whether the likely environmental impacts of the project need further study, have been adequately addressed by existing regulations, or can be mitigated. Learn more about the SEPA environmental checklist online.

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1. What is the State Environmental Policy Act?
2. Where do I begin with the SEPA process?
3. How do I being with the SEPA process?
4. What is mitigation?