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Snoqualmie Valley Snapshot 2014Resources for how to get involved in the Snoqualmie Valley.

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Call to Action
Visit a Snoqualmie Valley Historic Structure, Place or Museum
Get to know your elders, listen to a story and ask a question. Smithsonian Folklife and Oral History Interviewing Guide
Learn about traditionally important plants & their uses by native people. Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast: Washington, Oregon, British Columbia & Alaska



Call to Action
Understand the benefits forest provide and spread the word American Forest's Forest Facts
Become a weed watchers and protect our forests against invasive weeds King County's Weed Watcher Program
Become a steward of your property and develop a forest plan King County's Forest Stewardship Technical Assistance & Training



Call to Action
Eat more vegetables and more whole foods 100 Days of Real Food
Know your farmer: join a CSA, shop at Farmers Markets, encourage others to buy local
Get closer to your food: grow a garden Washington State University Garden Program


Fish, Water and Wildlife

Call to ActionResources
Know where your water comes from and use it wisely

Water Use It Wisely

Water Conservation Tips

More Water Conservation Tips

Plant a native tree Native Plant Guide
Volunteer to do habitat restoration



Call to Action
Be a respectful recreation user 'Leave No Trace' Principles
Hike a hidden trail Washington Trails Association
Volunteer: build a trail, pick up litter


Outdoor Education

Call to Action
Spend time outside with your family and friends National Association for the Education of Young Children
Watch the salmon spawn in the fall Spawning salmon viewing locations
Send a kid to camp, by supporting local programs


For more information, contact Jennifer McKeown, Snoqulamie Program Manager, by email or 206.373.1601

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Empowering Valley Youth Through Nature

Local leaders are launching new initiatives to better strengthen the connection between youth and nature..

A bright future for the Preston Mill

Citizens are coming together again to envision a new future for the historic Preston Mill

REI’s ‘Every Trail Connects’ Funds Repair in Middle Fork

You voted, and REI funded: $68,790 to repair Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail

Local News Stories

Conservation land purchase to enhance access at popular Mailbox Peak trailhead

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.

Volunteers work on Middle Fork trails for Public Lands Day

Dozens of local volunteers teamed up to repair trails in the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River Valley to celebrate National Public Lands Day.

Warm weather, low water wreak havoc on salmon

Two trails in the Snoqualmie Valley named as new National Recreation trails.

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