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Nov 16, 2015
Land to stay in natural, scenic conditionThe 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.
Oct 14, 2015
- Hundreds of volunteers will be joining the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and the City of Issaquah for the Annual Tree Planting Celebration at Issaquah’s Confluence Park on Saturday, October 24th.
Nov 18, 2015SnoValley Star
- Once destined for development, 82 acres of timberland neighboring the middle fork of the Snoqualmie River will now be preserved by the state and managed by the Department of Natural Resources.
Oct 30, 2015Issaquah/Sammamish Reporter
- The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is working to have its lands designated as a national heritage area.
Oct 15, 2015The Issaquah Press
- Hundreds of volunteers will join the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and the city of Issaquah for the Annual Tree Planting Celebration at Confluence Park on Oct. 24.
Oct 09, 2015Snoqualmie Valley Record
- Dozens of local volunteers from REI, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, Washington Trails Association, and the U.S. Forest Service teamed up to repair trails in the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River Valley to celebrate National Public Lands Day Saturday, Sept. 26.
Oct 07, 2015SnoValley Star
- The exceptional summer heat hit the Snoqualmie River at a time when water flow was the lowest on record. The heat and low water levels combined to create a very challenging environment for the native salmon population.
Oct 07, 2015Snoqualmie Valley Record
- The city of North Bend proclaims Saturday, Oct. 17, as Arbor Day and invites citizens to a community tree planting event at 9 a.m. at the Tollgate Farm forest property.
Oct 06, 2015KUOW.org
- The federal Land and Water Conservation Fund paid for state, federal and local parks without any taxes, relying on royalty money from federal oil and gas leases. Or at least it did until Republicans recently killed it by letting the funding expire.
Congress lets Land and Water Conservation Fund expire; it has protected Washington places low and highOct 01, 2015Seattle P.I.
- “The failure to reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund is a disappointment for every family and business in Washington who have come to rely on the clean water, recreational opportunities, wildlife habitat and quality of life that this 50-year-old conservation program affords.”
Oct 01, 2015Seattle P.I.
- On Thursday, October 15, Naked City Brewery and Taphouse hosts the Beers Made By Walking Seattle Tapping. At the event, they’ll tap into 10 different beers and one cider inspired by hikes around the Mountains to Sound Greenway near Seattle.
Sep 25, 2015Puget Sound Business Journal
- A historic program that enabled the conservation of special places across the nation may itself run out of time on Sept. 30, when the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) is set to expire.