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June 3, 2024
My first morning on the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust Trail Crew came with a lot of nerves. Months ago, I applied for the seasonal
Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Learned As a New Greenway Trust Trail Crew Member
May 29, 2024
Salmon are an iconic species, inextricably woven into the cultural, ecological, and historical fabric of the Greenway NHA. Follow along as this guide explores each
Continue reading The Story of Salmon in the Greenway NHA
May 29, 2024
On May 13, monumental news broke on the eastern side of the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area – the Washington Department of Natural Resources (WA-DNR)
Continue reading Reconnecting the Checkerboard: Major Funding Announced for Cle Elum Ridge Land Acquisition   
May 28, 2024
The Teanaway River Basin, part of the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area, is a biodiverse region with a history of both harmonious and
Continue reading Restoring The Teanaway River
April 10, 2024
As environmental stewards, we all want to leave the land better than we found it. Earth Month is an opportunity to reflect on how we
Continue reading Celebrating Earth Month with Environmental Stewardship 
April 4, 2024
In the middle of Seattle’s Rainier Beach neighborhood sits a 20-acre-historic Japanese garden begun over 95 years ago by a self-taught gardener.
Continue reading Kubota Garden: A Japanese Oasis in Seattle 
March 29, 2024
Within wetlands that sit east of the Snoqualmie River lies a riparian corridor with salamanders and juvenile salmon that call Coe-Clemmons Creek home, this is
Continue reading Using Tree Cuttings to Restore Coe-Clemmons Creek 
March 13, 2024
The Washington State Legislature closed its supplemental session last week with some wins for public lands, ecosystem resilience, and active transportation. Check out the
Continue reading Celebrating Legislative Successes Across the State
March 12, 2024
This month, we’re celebrating Women’s History Month by sharing the story of Alison Gottfriedson, a notable Puyallup tribal councilwoman and activist for tribal
Continue reading Celebrating Women’s History Month by Remembering Alison Bridges Gottfriedson
February 21, 2024
Just a few turns off a busy road in Kenmore lies Saint Edward State Park, a serene recreation area with a rich history and an
Continue reading Restoration at Saint Edward State Park 
January 9, 2024
From Ellensburg to Seattle, the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area (Greenway NHA) encompasses spectacular natural lands, productive working farms and forests, opportunities for
Continue reading 2024 Legislative Priorities
November 13, 2023
In October, the Teanaway Community Forest (TCF) celebrated their first decade with a joyous gathering in the Teanaway Camping Area. The TCF, a 50,241
Continue reading The Teanaway Community Forest Celebrates a Decade of Partnership