Our Work in the Snoqualmie River Valley

The beautiful, forested mountains; clean air and water; local food; and recreation in the Snoqualmie River Valley are enjoyed by many. However, this love and appreciation does not protect them from the many pressures they currently face and will continue to face in the future. Local and tribal governments, non-profits, and community groups work hard to ensure a future that is sustainable for the environment, the economy, and the people who live, work, and visit the Snoqualmie River Valley. 

Our work at the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust aims to prioritize and support conservation of natural lands and open spaces that have direct connections to communities and historic sites in the Snoqualmie River Valley. We are also part of developing a vision and building a community-connected network of trails, transit, and experiences that enhance access to the Valley’s open spaces. Our efforts in the Valley are partnership-focused, and involve coalition management, region-wide visioning, and collaborative problem-solving. 

Featured Projects

Meadowbrook Slough & Three Forks Natural Area
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust has been improving riparian and wetland habitat at Meadowbrook Slough and the Three Forks Natural Area since 2008. Located just
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Stossel Creek: A Forest Planted for the Future 
Adaptive restoration for Pacific Northwest Forests Tackling climate change requires a new toolkit of tactics. That’s why the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is
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Rattlesnake Ledge
Rattlesnake Ledge Trail Improvements for Safety and Sustainability
Local nonprofits and volunteers teamed up to make the trail safer and more sustainable for its nearly 300,000 annual visitors.  Rattlesnake Ledge, owned and operated
Learn MoreRattlesnake Ledge Trail Improvements for Safety and Sustainability