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May 06, 2015
- Millions of Washington residents will soon have another way to reach some of Washington’s most loved recreation destinations with the help of a new summer shuttle.
Jan 08, 2015
New study shows $21.6 billion in spendingOutdoor recreation generates $21.6 billion a year in spending on trips and equipment in Washington State, a new study prepared for the Legislature shows.
May 09, 2015KOMO
- Officials in North Bend, Washington, hope a new shuttle service will ease traffic congestion at some of the area's most popular hiking trails, including Mount Si.
May 09, 2015The Seattle Times
- A new shuttle service is expected to ease traffic congestion at some popular hiking trails, including Mount Si. The shuttle schedule is coordinated with King County Metro bus arrivals, so people can reach the trailheads from Seattle without driving
May 07, 2015Living Snoqualmie
- Millions of Washington residents will soon have another way to reach some of Washington’s most loved recreation destinations – with the help of a NEW summer shuttle.
The most influential business executives of the past 35 years: No. 32 took her love of the outdoors to the InteriorMay 06, 2015Puget Sound Business Journal
- Sally Jewell has made a name for herself in the local business community — and on the national political stage — changing people's minds about the great outdoors
May 02, 2015The Seattle Times
- A year ago, Sally Jewell and Dow Constantine knelt with schoolchildren to release salmon fry into Ebright Creek and celebrate a $300,000 habitat restoration in Sammamish. Now Buchan Homes wants to swap the land intended as open space above the creek and build houses there.
May 01, 2015The Seattle Times
- A 10- to 15-year vision outlined in a massive project plan by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) puts forth development and preservation of 120 miles of hiking trails, whitewater rapids, climbing areas, picnic and camping sites, and other recreational areas covering 53,500 acres.
Apr 30, 2015The Seattle Times
- A wolf that was struck and killed by a vehicle in western Washington this week may provide the first verification that the controversial animals have crossed the Cascade Range.
Apr 21, 2015Seattle Weekly
- Tensions linger as old-town Snoqualmie residents adjust, even after nearly 20 years, to the thousands of newcomers who have flocked to "The Ridge."
Apr 16, 2015Snoqualmie Valley Record
- What does Northwest rock’n’roll darling Jimi Hendrix have in common with farming? The Experience Farming Project is a hands-on program offered through Sno-Valley Tilth to allow future farmers to learn and experiment with farming without the daunting start-up costs. It draws its inspiration from an unlikely source: The Experience Music Project in Seattle.
Apr 16, 2015Issaquah Reporter
- On April 10, the city of Issaquah named former Mayor Ava Frisinger and the Issaquah Highlands Community Association as recipients of city environmental awards.