The lower Snoqualmie Valley is home to both highly productive farmlands and prime habitat for salmon spawning.
Mountaineer Magazine arrived on our doorstep this week and includes a great article in support of a National Heritage Area designation for the Mountains to Sound Greenway.
Students from Skyline High School in Issaquah experienced more nature than they might have imagined at a field study trip to Lake Sammamish State Park.
On Saturday, November 2, 2013, the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is hosting a tree planting celebration at Discovery Park in Seattle.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway encompasses part of the historic route of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (the Milwaukee Road) over Snoqualmie Pass. The Milwaukee Road was once billed as the longest electrified railway in the country, and played a key role in shaping transportation routes in the Northwest.
Just east of Snoqualmie Pass, drivers enjoy new highway lanes and animals travel safely under the highway. A national model for cooperative planning and thoughtful design, this reconstruction of Interstate 90 improves mobility and protects wildlife.
The new Teanaway Community Forest is now ours! Public ownership of the Teanaway's craggy peaks, working forests, livestock grazing lands, hundreds of miles of streams and places for outdoor recreation is a major success story in the Mountains to Sound Greenway.
As summer comes to a close, it’s time to head outdoors in the Greenway to see thousands of Pacific Northwest salmon return to their natal streams from Puget Sound and the greater Pacific Ocean.
Washington State Department of Transportation is rebuilding a portion of Interstate 90, and it will be better, faster and safer than ever before!
Majestic stretch of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail now reopened through North Bend after new bridge installed.
Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark and Board of Natural Resources approve Teanaway lands for public acquisition.
Biologist Brian Kertson gives us a briefing on his research with cougars in the West Cascades.
Mountains to Sound Greenway crews are building a new trail up Mailbox Peak.
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene joins Congressmen Reichert, Smith and McDermott as co-sponsor of HR 1785, the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area Act.
Governor Inslee and the Washington State Legislature have approved funding to conserve 50,272 acres in the magnificent Teanaway River Basin, enabling the largest land conservation transaction ever to take place in the Mountains to Sound Greenway.
Four historic tunnels near Easton and Thorp just reopened for public use.
The Issaquah section of the East Lake Sammamish Trail is paved!
U.S. Representative Jim McDermott joined as co-sponsor to legislation introduced by Reps. Dave Reichert and Adam Smith to designate the Mountains to Sound Greenway as a National Heritage Area.
Greenway restoration techs Andrew and Aaron survey invasive weeds through the beautiful Alpine Lakes.