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Year in review

Posted by erin.maccoy@mtsgreenway.org at Dec 28, 2009 03:00 AM |

The year 2009 leaves a legacy in the Mountains to Sound Greenway of lands conserved, trails built, generous and hard-working volunteers giving their time and energy, fish and wildlife habitat restored, schoolchildren educated in the natural world, and tourists and locals alike amazed by the diversity and beauty of the Greenway.

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Middle Fork NRCA

Middle Fork NRCA

Posted by Mackenzie Dolstad at Dec 03, 2009 12:30 PM |

New 10,273 acre conservation area links Mount Si to federal forests. Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark designated the new Middle Fork Snoqualmie Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA). The river valley was identified as ecologically distinguished, featuring patches of natural-origin forests, important fish and wildlife habitat, and scenic views.

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We will miss you Ted

We will miss you Ted

Posted by erin.maccoy@mtsgreenway.org at Nov 24, 2009 03:00 AM |

This past September, the Greenway Trust lost a beloved member of our family: Ted Thomsen.

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National Trails Day Celebration

National Trails Day Celebration

Posted by Mackenzie Dolstad at Jun 08, 2009 12:30 AM |

National Trails Day 2009 marked the completion of two years of facility improvements at the popular Little Si Trail on June 6th.

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Raging River Forest Land Acquired

Raging River Forest Land Acquired

Posted by Mackenzie Dolstad at May 31, 2009 12:00 PM |

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and partner organizations announced the public acquisition of 7,000 acres of forestland in the Raging River Valley. Surrounded by public lands, filling this “doughnut hole” is vital to the continuity of a forested corridor in eastern King County.

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Paradise Nearly Paved: Snoqualmie Point Park Opens in Grand Style to Stunning Views

Paradise Nearly Paved: Snoqualmie Point Park Opens in Grand Style to Stunning Views

Posted by Amy Brockhaus at Oct 27, 2008 03:00 AM |

It might have been a private office park with dramatic views for the tenants. Instead, Snoqualmie Point Park will be dedicated to the public on Saturday, October 27, 2007 in Snoqualmie, Washington and will be a major visitor attraction in the 100-mile Mountains to Sound Greenway along Interstate 90. The park gives visitors a fresh outlook on Washington’s spectacular scenery and serves as a model of public and private cooperation for environmental preservation.

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Rattlesnake Mountain Trail and Trailhead

Rattlesnake Mountain Trail and Trailhead

Posted by Amy Brockhaus at Jun 02, 2007 03:00 AM |

National Trails Day marks a celebration of a new trail across Rattlesnake Mountain and new trailhead at Snoqualmie Point.

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Happy Birthday Jim!

Happy Birthday Jim!

Posted by erin.maccoy@mtsgreenway.org at Sep 02, 2006 03:00 AM |

On August 8, 2006, under sunny skies in the Snoqualmie Valley with a majestic view of Mt. Si, Seattle civic leader Jim Ellis celebrated his 85th birthday with 500 friends and colleagues. This dinner and celebration was a tribute to Jim's many civic accomplishments, with proceeds from the event going towards the preservation, restoration, enhancement and advocacy programs of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.

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