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Margaret Ullman-Hess
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Press Releases

Jan 11, 2016
Seven organizations, including the Greenway Trust, announced the formation of the Eastside Greenway Alliance this weekend. Eastside Greenway Alliance aims to build a new way to move, connect and live on the Eastside through strong collaboration with corridor owners, stakeholders and other local partners.
Nov 16, 2015
Land to stay in natural, scenic condition
The purchase of 82 acres of timberland neighboring the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River will ensure more room to roam in the popular Mailbox Peak trailhead area.

Press Clips

Apr 20, 2016
SnoValley Star
It’s no surprise the Mount Si area is a popular hiking destination, but for North Bend residents, safety has become an issue.
Apr 19, 2016
A lack of parking has created a dangerous situation at the base of the trail to Poo Poo Point near Issaquah.
Mar 30, 2016
Sno-Valley Star
During the summer, SVT will also offer a service that will connect riders from all over Snoqualmie Valley to recreation areas and trails around Rattlesnake Lake.
Mar 29, 2016
The Seattle Times
The North Bend City Council is considering a ban on more parking for big trucks just off I-90 because of concerns about traffic, exhaust fumes and the wear on city streets. But truckers note there is no other commercial parking area for them between Ellensburg and Seattle.
Mar 29, 2016
The Seattle Times
77-acre parcel was former home to club’s historic Snoqualmie Lodge, which burned in 2006; ski area is buyer.
Mar 29, 2016
The Seattle Times
The outdoors co-op says it has outgrown its current headquarters, in Kent, and it aims to move to a new site in Bellevue in 2020.
Mar 04, 2016
Seattle P.I.
Entrepreneur, climber and philanthropist, Doug Walker championed programs to introduce today's i-phone addicted young people to their nation's public lands. He was victim of an avalanche on Granite Mountain in early January.
Feb 09, 2016
The Seattle Times
Concern from agencies and conservation groups about the impact on the success of animal crossings under construction along Interstate 90 has killed the idea to offer the State Parks property for private development.
Feb 06, 2016
The Seattle Times
Millions of dollars have been spent to create wildlife crossings for animals from Hyak to Easton in the I-90 corridor east of Snoqualmie Pass. But an idea floated by State Parks to build up to 100 cabins, a lodge and more would likely undermine the wildlife protection effort.
Feb 02, 2016
Yakima Herald
A little-noticed Washington State Parks proposal to build dozens of cabins just east of Snoqualmie Pass is raising concerns from wildlife advocates who say the development would jeopardize the success of a nearby Interstate 90 wildlife overpass.
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