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Oct 10, 2014
 
Sep 23, 2014
And a celebration of the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are celebrating National Public Lands Day on September 27th in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley with a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the new Mailbox Peak trail. Washington State Commissioner of Public Lands and Greenway Board member Peter Goldmark will speak during the ribbon-cutting ceremony about the partnerships that made this new trail a reality and the future potential of the Middle Fork Valley.

Press Clips

Oct 28, 2014
Snoqualmie Valley Record
A split vote on funding part of a business plan for Meadowbrook Farm Oct. 21 followed an expansive discussion among North Bend’s City Council on the city’s investment in, and obligation to, the historic property.
Oct 28, 2014
Seattle Weekly
Yesterday, the Nature Conservancy announced that it will be making history with its next land acquisition—a 47,921 acre checkered swath of forestland in the Central Cascades, spanning from Snoqualmie Pass to Cle Elum
Oct 27, 2014
Seattle PI
The Nature Conservancy is buying 47,921 acres of timber company land between Snoqualmie Pass and Cle Elum, a move that will provide habitat corridors for critters, water for fish and recreation wildlands for people on both sides of the “Cascade Curtain.”
Oct 27, 2014
Seattle Times
The Nature Conservancy will buy almost 48,000 acres of forestland between Snoqualmie Pass and Cle Elum owned by a timber company. It’s the largest land purchase by the group in Washington state.
Oct 24, 2014
King 5
KING 5's team captains share how they plan to make a difference this Saturday by reforesting a section of Discovery Park.
Oct 13, 2014
Snoqualmie Valley Record
 
Oct 02, 2014
SnoValley Star
 
Oct 01, 2014
Snoqualmie Valley Record
 
Sep 27, 2014
The Seattle Times
For years, climbing Mailbox Peak has been a rite of passage for Seattle-area hikers. Many have had to turn back before finishing the steep, heavily eroded ascent. But on Saturday, a newer, easier trail to the top will open. Will this change what it means to have “done Mailbox?”
Sep 26, 2014
Snoqualmie Valley Record
 
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