What are the warnings that come with each of this 3 points?
Have you asked the local controlling body about the ability to build, get rid of waste?
How would you get drinking water? Rainfall catchment etc.
What percentage of the land is affected by those above points?
Hydric soils are often organic (peat or muck) and not suitable construction material. If the area qualifies as a wetland, then it is subject to federal regulation, and any disturbance would require a permit from appropriate agencies, such as the Army Corps of Engineers.
Hi, It has been my experience to stay as far away from "wetland designated property." The "powers that be" can have people who are married to their ideology. It can be their religion and no amount of scientific data will sway them, and it costs a lot of money to go to court to do something reasonable with your property. I have known some "officials" who will not allow anything done to any part of the property if 1ft of the property is designated wetlands. That even includes planting anything. It has to be left "pure unadulterated habitat." I'm sorry but the hassle can outweigh the benefit.
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