A student from Valhalla Elementary School protects trees in the Greenway.
Invasive weeds do not know where a public park ends and a private lot begins.
U.S. Representative Dave Reichert introduced legislation to formalize the Mountains to Sound Greenway as a National Heritage Area.
Kokanee salmon are swimming in Lake Sammamish.
The U.S. Senate approved Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) chief executive Sally Jewell as the next Interior secretary.
Forest lands conserved in the Raging River and Snoqualmie Forest
Just south of the Mountains to Sound Greenway, the White River Forest will now remain a forest in perpetuity, preserving wildlife corridors, jobs and recreation in south King County.
The Washington State Park system, at 100 years old, is chronically underfunded with parks, trails and historic artifacts falling into disrepair. What can we do to help?
Clay deposits in Middle Fork from an ice age era glacial lake support an unique diversity of forest species. Pending Wilderness designation in Congress would keep this prolific ecosystem intact for the future.
Issaquah interagency coordinator Margaret Macleod awarded Ruth Kees Environmental Award for a Sustainable Community.
A guide to the Discover Pass, NW Forest Pass, and Sno-Parks Pass for your visits to trails and parks in Washington State.
Greenway board member Sally Jewell nominated for federal post.
Ellensburg e3 Winter Fair
What a wonderful year in the Mountains to Sound Greenway! New public land acquisitions, improved recreation access, critical wildlife habitat preservation, ecological restoration, and so much more. In this blog post, we identify the Top 25 Reasons to Celebrate the Greenway in 2012.
Learn about the Greenway through the eyes of a fifth grader.
Intern Noah Pylvainen shares his experience of climbing Mount Si on Thanksgiving.
Noah Pylvainen, new intern at the Greenway Trust and new Seattle resident, recounts his first visit to the Pacific Northwest and to Mt. Si.
The Kittitas County chapter of the American Red Cross is planting trees in Cle Elum this weekend as part of "National Make a Difference Day". Volunteers are needed to help plant 2000 trees in the community that was deeply impacted by wildfires in Kittitas County this summer.
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Commissioner’s Volunteer Hero Award was established to salute DNR’s volunteers who have dedicated their time, enthusiasm, and efforts to support several of DNR’s programs.