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Jun 29, 2015
- The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust welcomed today its new executive director, Jon Hoekstra.
Jun 25, 2015
Jun 23, 2015Puget Sound Business Journal
- Jon Hoekstra is the new executive director of Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.
Jun 23, 2015SnoValley Star
- Forty-nine businesses, organizations and communities from across the Snoqualmie River Valley are coming together to support SnoValleyUnited — a grassroots, bipartisan effort to develop a common vision and brand for the region.
Jun 11, 2015The Olympian
- The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is hosting a special trek in July as the group celebrates its 25th anniversary. The trek will run from July 11-19.
Jun 10, 2015Outdoors NW Magazine
- Designating the Greenway as a National Heritage Area
Jun 09, 2015Snoqualmie Valley Record
- Forty-nine organizations from across the Snoqualmie Valley are taking part in SnoValleyUnited, an effort to develop a common vision and brand for the region.
Jun 08, 2015Reuters
- Bears, cougars, elk and even lizards will be getting a bridge of their own in Washington state so some of the region's largest and most endangered wildlife can safely cross a major highway.
Jun 07, 2015The Seattle Times
- The state will break ground Tuesday on Washington’s first wildlife overpass to provide safe passage for bear, elk, foxes and other animals over Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass.
Jun 05, 2015Seattle P.I.
- U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has designated ten new National Recreation trails, two of them in King County and one of which she hiked in days as CEO of Recreational Equipment Inc.
Jun 04, 2015SnoValley Star
- A coalition of outdoor recreation groups has collected more than 3,000 signatures calling on Congress to designate the Mountains to Sound Greenway as a National Heritage Area.
Jun 04, 2015The Seattle Times
- Two East King County trails have been designated National Recreation Trails. The new status brings more funding sources and special signs.