Connected with nature, our lives are better

We are healthier and happier, and our communities are stronger, more equitable, and more economically competitive. Enhancing people’s connections to nature drives our mission.

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust leads and inspires action to conserve and enhance the landscape from Seattle across the Cascade Mountains to Central Washington, ensuring a long-term balance between people and nature.

Our impact in the Greenway,

The 28 cities of the Greenway are enfolded by deep forests, towering mountains, and salmon-bearing streams. Residents can access nearly a million acres of public land within an hour or two of travel. This wealth of access, and its immediate proximity, are unique to this region. Its impact on Greenway communities is immense. Our natural surroundings buoy our health and happiness with clean air, clean water, and limitless outdoor activities.

The work of the Greenway Trust is built on common ground – the love we all share for this place and the desire to preserve and pass down the quality of life we enjoy today. With your support and participation, we worked this year to advance a shared vision of wise growth, sustainable land use, and equitable access so that everyone has a stake in preserving this remarkable landscape we call the Mountains to Sound Greenway.

Thank you for being a part of our ongoing efforts to balance growth and recreation with conservation. We are proud to share this annual report about the impact we had this year.

  • Jon Hoekstra
  • Jon HoekstraExecutive Director
"I support the Greenway Trust because it's important to help ensure that future generations continue to have access to beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains in Seattle's backyard."
- Sam Franklin, Founder and CEO, Greenvelope

Our Work

Our Work

Urban and Edge Communities

Assembling Volunteers

More than 4,500 volunteers came together under the Greenway banner this year, restoring park lands, improving stream corridors, and increasing the vital urban canopy that cleans the air we breathe. Volunteers eradicated invasive weeds and planted native trees in heavily used natural areas like Lake Sammamish State Park and Me-Kwa-Mooks Park.

Improving Trails

The Greenway Trust works with many partners to improve the trail system within and close by the metro region. These collaborative efforts often take many years to navigate through challenges of funding and planning within densely developed areas. This was a year of major achievements by partner agencies, highlighted by renovation of High Point trailhead, paving of one of the final segments of the East Lake Sammamish Trail, a new trail over the SR 520 floating bridge, and advances in the Eastside Rail Corridor and the Bellevue gap in the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail.

Clean Water Ambassadors

In partnership with the King County Wastewater Treatment Division, and with funding from the Boeing Company, the Greenway Trust was thrilled to offer the Clean Water Ambassadors program again in July 2017. This intensive, six-week, paid internship is available to 10 high school students from across King County. As they learned about human and natural water systems, they gained valuable field experience, honed their leadership and communication skills, and made professional connections. The summer portion has ended, but the interns are just getting started. Each intern will dedicate another 40 hours during the school year to share what they learned with their schools, families, and communities as fully-fledged Clean Water Ambassadors.

Assembling Volunteers

Urban and Edge Communities
More than 4,500 volunteers came together under the Greenway banner this year, restoring park lands, improving stream corridors, and increasing the vital urban canopy that cleans the air we breathe. Volunteers eradicated invasive weeds and planted native trees in heavily used natural areas like Lake Sammamish State Park and Me-Kwa-Mooks Park.
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Improving Trails

Urban and Edge Communities
The Greenway Trust works with many partners to improve the trail system within and close by the metro region. These collaborative efforts often take many years to navigate through challenges of funding and planning within densely developed areas. This was a year of major achievements by partner agencies, highlighted by renovation of High Point trailhead, paving of one of the final segments of the East Lake Sammamish Trail, a new trail over the SR 520 floating bridge, and advances in the Eastside Rail Corridor and the Bellevue gap in the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail.
Read More

Clean Water Ambassadors

Urban and Edge Communities
In partnership with the King County Wastewater Treatment Division, and with funding from the Boeing Company, the Greenway Trust was thrilled to offer the Clean Water Ambassadors program again in July 2017. This intensive, six-week, paid internship is available to 10 high school students from across King County. As they learned about human and natural water systems, they gained valuable field experience, honed their leadership and communication skills, and made professional connections. The summer portion has ended, but the interns are just getting started. Each intern will dedicate another 40 hours during the school year to share what they learned with their schools, families, and communities as fully-fledged Clean Water Ambassadors.
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Photo Credit: Puget Sound Energy

Our Work

Snoqualmie River Valley

Cultivating a Vision for Savor Snoqualmie Valley

Savor Snoqualmie Valley is an initiative to enhance the interconnectedness of the Valley’s natural, cultural, and community resources. The Savor Steering Action Team, made up of local community leaders throughout the Valley, crafted a new strategic plan to prepare the soil and plant the seeds for future growth of this community-based initiative. Cultivating a sense of place in the Valley while connecting residents to the culture, farms, outdoor activities and locally owned businesses is vital to making a collective impact. Toward that end, a “local first” promotional campaign seeks to inspire residents and visitors to preserve history, eat local, recreate locally, support local artists and buy local. Visit savorsnoqualmievalley.org to see what’s new.

Wayfinding Signs Making Connections in the Valley

Five newly installed wayfinding signs are making it easier than ever to navigate the 31-mile Snoqualmie Valley Trail and visit the communities of Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, Snoqualmie, and North Bend. The Greenway Trust worked with these cities and King County to install new wayfinding signs, located at the entrances to each community, help users get their bearings and easily make side trips into the downtowns.

Adapting to Climate Change at Stossel Creek

The Greenway Trust teamed up with Seattle City Light, Seattle Public Utilities, and the Northwest Natural Resource Group to test an innovative approach to helping local forests adapt to a changing climate. With a $140,000 grant from the Wildlife Conservation Society, Pacific Northwest native trees sourced from southwestern Oregon and being planted in a 154-acre parcel along Stossel Creek, northeast of Carnation in the Tolt Watershed. The Oregon trees are better adapted to warmer temperatures and drier summers that are expected in our region in the next 20-30 years, ensuring resilient forests for the future.

Cultivating a Vision for Savor Snoqualmie Valley

Snoqualmie River Valley
Savor Snoqualmie Valley is an initiative to enhance the interconnectedness of the Valley's natural, cultural, and community resources. The Savor Steering Action Team, made up of local community leaders throughout the Valley, crafted a new strategic plan to prepare the soil and plant the seeds for future growth of this community-based initiative. Cultivating a sense of place in the Valley while connecting residents to the culture, farms, outdoor activities and locally owned businesses is vital to making a collective impact. Toward that end, a "local first" promotional campaign seeks to inspire residents and visitors to preserve history, eat local, recreate locally, support local artists and buy local. Visit savorsnoqualmievalley.org to see what's new.
Read More

Wayfinding Signs Making Connections in the Valley

Snoqualmie River Valley
Five newly installed wayfinding signs are making it easier than ever to navigate the 31-mile Snoqualmie Valley Trail and visit the communities of Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, Snoqualmie, and North Bend. The Greenway Trust worked with these cities and King County to install new wayfinding signs, located at the entrances to each community, help users get their bearings and easily make side trips into the downtowns.
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Adapting to Climate Change at Stossel Creek

Snoqualmie River Valley
The Greenway Trust teamed up with Seattle City Light, Seattle Public Utilities, and the Northwest Natural Resource Group to test an innovative approach to helping local forests adapt to a changing climate. With a $140,000 grant from the Wildlife Conservation Society, Pacific Northwest native trees sourced from southwestern Oregon and being planted in a 154-acre parcel along Stossel Creek, northeast of Carnation in the Tolt Watershed. The Oregon trees are better adapted to warmer temperatures and drier summers that are expected in our region in the next 20-30 years, ensuring resilient forests for the future.
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Photo Credit: Tom O'Keefe

Our Work

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley

Campaign Progress

The Greenway Trust continues to lead a coalition of 25 partner organizations working toward a sustainable balance between recreation and healthy ecological conditions in the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. After two years, the Middle Fork Campaign has raised more than $5 million in funding to develop sustainable infrastructure, access, and stewardship in the Valley. It is thrilling to see the public and private sectors coming together to invest in the future of this priceless community asset.

Photo Credit: Ray Lapine

Growing Stewardship in the Middle Fork

With outdoor recreation on the rise, the Middle Fork can only remain wild and pristine if people are committed to its long-term care. To build a foundation for this vital stewardship, the Greenway Trust has created a staff position dedicated to the Valley. With a full-time presence established, we are now working with coalition partners and recreation groups to grow a corps of Middle Fork volunteers who will support the preservation of the Valley’s spectacular natural character.

Photo Credit: Liv Froehlich

New Recreational Sites

The Middle Fork Coalition is working quickly to expand recreational infrastructure in the Valley to meet the surge in usage that will come with the new road. Trails, river-access sites, signage, and sanitation facilities are all essential to directing and absorbing heavy recreational activity and preserving the long-term quality of the Valley’s wild expanse. This year saw improvements at several key sites within the road corridor, most notably a major new trailhead at Granite Creek, reconstruction of a section of the Middle Fork Trail, and a beautiful new log bridge at Pratt River Bar.

Campaign Progress

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
The Greenway Trust continues to lead a coalition of 25 partner organizations working toward a sustainable balance between recreation and healthy ecological conditions in the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. After two years, the Middle Fork Campaign has raised more than $5 million in funding to develop sustainable infrastructure, access, and stewardship in the Valley. It is thrilling to see the public and private sectors coming together to invest in the future of this priceless community asset.
Read More

Growing Stewardship in the Middle Fork

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
With outdoor recreation on the rise, the Middle Fork can only remain wild and pristine if people are committed to its long-term care. To build a foundation for this vital stewardship, the Greenway Trust has created a staff position dedicated to the Valley. With a full-time presence established, we are now working with coalition partners and recreation groups to grow a corps of Middle Fork volunteers who will support the preservation of the Valley's spectacular natural character.
Read More

New Recreational Sites

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
The Middle Fork Coalition is working quickly to expand recreational infrastructure in the Valley to meet the surge in usage that will come with the new road. Trails, river-access sites, signage, and sanitation facilities are all essential to directing and absorbing heavy recreational activity and preserving the long-term quality of the Valley's wild expanse. This year saw improvements at several key sites within the road corridor, most notably a major new trailhead at Granite Creek, reconstruction of a section of the Middle Fork Trail, and a beautiful new log bridge at Pratt River Bar.
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Middle Fork Road

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
More than 100 stakeholders came together on National Public Lands Day 2017 to celebrate the re-opening of the Middle Fork Road after three years of construction. The newly paved road opens safe, family-friendly access to the wild Valley for the first time and greatly reduces harmful erosion into sensitive wetlands.

Our Work

Upper Yakima Basin

Towns to Teanaway

The eastern half of the Greenway, framed by the upper Yakima River watershed, holds half the land of the Greenway, but only one percent of the population. That makes cooperation absolutely essential to get big things done. This year, the Greenway Trust worked in partnership with Kittitas County Parks and Recreation District, The Nature Conservancy, The Western Conservation Project, and local community members to complete the Towns to Teanaway Corridor trail master plan, which will connect Cle Elum, Ronald, and Roslyn via multi-use trails to the vast public lands of the Teanaway Community Forest.

Equipping Hands with New Tools

Planting trees and building trails require a lot of hard work and the right tools for the job. Thanks to a grant from the Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement, the Greenway Trust was able to purchase a large cache of tools to equip Kittitas County staff and volunteers for recreation and restoration projects. The new tools are also available to community partners, and have already been used by Conservation Northwest, Washington Trails Association, The Nature Conservancy, the Greenway Trust, Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group, Tamarack Trail Builders and REI to care for existing trails, construct new trail corridors, and restore riparian habitat.

Grant Funding for New Bridges

In a time when we see steady declining funding for the agencies that care for our public lands, the Greenway Trust specializes in working with those agencies to support their ability to serve the community. Our partnership with Kittitas County produced huge success this year, as we collaborated on two Federal Lands Access Program grants, which won approximately $5 million to repair the South Fork Manastash road and Dickey Creek Bridge, restoring safe access to the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.

Towns to Teanaway

Upper Yakima Basin
The eastern half of the Greenway, framed by the upper Yakima River watershed, holds half the land of the Greenway, but only one percent of the population. That makes cooperation absolutely essential to get big things done. This year, the Greenway Trust worked in partnership with Kittitas County Parks and Recreation District, The Nature Conservancy, The Western Conservation Project, and local community members to complete the Towns to Teanaway Corridor trail master plan, which will connect Cle Elum, Ronald, and Roslyn via multi-use trails to the vast public lands of the Teanaway Community Forest.
Read More

Equipping Hands with New Tools

Upper Yakima Basin
Planting trees and building trails require a lot of hard work and the right tools for the job. Thanks to a grant from the Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement, the Greenway Trust was able to purchase a large cache of tools to equip Kittitas County staff and volunteers for recreation and restoration projects. The new tools are also available to community partners, and have already been used by Conservation Northwest, Washington Trails Association, The Nature Conservancy, the Greenway Trust, Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group, Tamarack Trail Builders and REI to care for existing trails, construct new trail corridors, and restore riparian habitat.
Read More

Grant Funding for New Bridges

Upper Yakima Basin
In a time when we see steady declining funding for the agencies that care for our public lands, the Greenway Trust specializes in working with those agencies to support their ability to serve the community. Our partnership with Kittitas County produced huge success this year, as we collaborated on two Federal Lands Access Program grants, which won approximately $5 million to repair the South Fork Manastash road and Dickey Creek Bridge, restoring safe access to the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
Read More

Our Work

National Heritage Area

Putting the Greenway on the Map

When we are connected with nature, our lives are better. The Mountains to Sound Greenway offers world-class recreation and spectacular open spaces on the doorstep of our urban areas. This high quality of life makes us healthier and happier, and helps attract tourism and top employers that keep our economy strong. Designation of the Greenway National Heritage Area would recognize these strengths and allow the Greenway to serve as a national model for collaborative conservation.

Campaign Progress

Despite a difficult political environment for land designations, legislation to establish the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area continues to enjoy strong bipartisan support. Representatives Reichert, Smith, DelBene, and Jayapal led the way to a major step forward, as H.R. 1791 passed the U.S. House of Representatives in June. A companion bill in the Senate S.713, has passed out of committee and awaits action on the Senate floor. The continued bipartisan cooperation and broad community support for this effort here in the Greenway give us strong hope that the Greenway will soon receive the recognition it deserves as a national treasure.

Campaign Progress

National Heritage Area
Despite a difficult political environment for land designations, legislation to establish the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area continues to enjoy strong bipartisan support. Representatives Reichert, Smith, DelBene, and Jayapal led the way to a major step forward, as H.R. 1791 passed the U.S. House of Representatives in June. A companion bill in the Senate S.713, has passed out of committee and awaits action on the Senate floor. The continued bipartisan cooperation and broad community support for this effort here in the Greenway give us strong hope that the Greenway will soon receive the recognition it deserves as a national treasure.
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2017 Financial Report

Revenue

Revenue
Government Grants & Contracts $2,019,532
Contributions $1,865,650
In-kind Contributions $557,921
Investment & Endowment Revenue $46,827

Expenses

Expenses
Program Expenses $2,696,050
Management & General $275,787
Fundraising $284,421

Assets

Assets
NET ASSETS - BEGINNING OF YEAR $1,753,820
NET ASSETS - END OF YEAR $2,987,492
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS *Restricted Middle Fork, project restricted, and pledged in-kind $1,233,672

Board Lists

    • President
    • Tod McDonald *
    • Co-Founder, Valid8 Financial
    • President-Elect
    • Eric Artz *
    • EVP/COO, REI Co-op
    • Immediate Past President
    • Kurt Fraese *
    • Fraese and Associates, LLC
    • Founding President
    • Jim Ellis
    • Chairman Emeritus, Washington State Convention Center
    • Secretary
    • Josh M. Lipsky *
    • Partner, Cascadia Law Group PLLC
    • Treasurer & Operations Committee Chair
    • Jason Broenneke *
    • Partner, KPMG LLP
    • Fundraising Committee Chair
    • Ken Krivanec *
    • President, Quadrant Homes
    • Board Engagement Committee Chair
    • Marie Quasius
    • Attorney, K&L Gates LLP
    • Program Committee Chair
    • Doug McClelland *”
    • Retired, Former Assistant Region Manager, WA State Dept. of Natural Resources
    • Executive Director
    • Jon Hoekstra *
    • Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
    • Erin Anderson
    • Partner, Stoel Rives LLP
    • Sally Bagshaw
    • Councilmember, District 7, Seattle City Council
    • Jim Becker
    • Retired, Founder, becker&mayer! and Smartlab Toys
    • Laurie Benson “
    • Assistant Region Manager, WA State Dept. of Natural Resources
    • Gary Berndt
    • Wildland Fire Liaison, WA State Dept. of Natural Resources
    • Mark Boyar *
    • President, Middle Fork Outdoor Recreation Coalition
    • Kevin Brown
    • Director, King County Parks & Recreation
    • Susan Carlson
    • Board Chair, E3 Washington
    • Bill Chapman *
    • Former President, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
    • Dow Constantine “
    • King County Executive
    • Kitty Craig
    • Deputy Director, Washington Program, The Wilderness Society
    • Karl Forsgaard
    • Manager of Implementations, Thomson Reuters; Alpine Lakes Protection Society
    • Hilary Franz *
    • Commissioner of Public Lands, WA State Dept. of Natural Resources
    • Ava Frisinger
    • Former Mayor, City of Issaquah
    • Kari Glover
    • Retired, Former Global Integration Partner, K&L Gates
    • Don Hoch “
    • Director, Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission
    • Laura Hoffman
    • Senior Director, Microsoft; Owner, Copper Ridge Farm
    • Angela Jin
    • Community Wrangler, Automattic Inc
    • Cora Johnson
    • Geotechnical Engineer, GeoEngineers
    • Andrew Kenefick
    • Senior Legal Counsel, Waste Management of Washington, Inc
    • Jamie Kingsbury “
    • Forest Supervisor, USFS Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
    • Janet Knox
    • Principal Environmental Geochemist, Pacific Groundwater Group
    • Ken Konigsmark
    • Issaquah Alps Trails Club
    • Yvonne Kraus
    • Executive Director, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
    • Danny Levine
    • President, NationAd Communications
    • Sharon Linton
    • Marketing Consultant, SL Connects
    • Lorna Luebbe *
    • Assistant General Counsel/Director of Environmental and Program Services, Puget Sound Energy
    • Elizabeth Lunney
    • Former Greenway Trust Interim Executive Director
    • Robert Manelski
    • Senior Director, 787 Program, The Boeing Company
    • Gordon McHenry, Jr *
    • President & CEO, Solid Ground
    • Roger Millar “
    • Secretary, WA State Dept. of Transportation
    • Chad Nesland
    • Director, Microsoft Procurement
    • Mary Norton
    • Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association
    • Thomas O’Keefe
    • Pacific NW Stewardship Director, American Whitewater
    • Julia Parrish
    • Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Environment, University of Washington
    • David Patton
    • Northwest Area Director, The Trust for Public Land
    • Kizz Prusia
    • Project Associate, Triangle Associates
    • Charles Raines
    • Director, Cascade Checkerboard Project, Sierra Club
    • Janet Ray
    • Retired, Former Assistant VP, Corporate Affairs and Publishing, AAA Washington
    • Jim Reinhardsen *
    • Principal & Senior Managing Director, HEARTLAND
    • Floyd Rogers
    • Environmental Advocate
    • Vik Sahney
    • The Mountaineers; American Alpine Club
    • Jill Simmons
    • Executive Director, Washington Trails Association
    • Al Smith
    • Partner, Perkins Coie LLP
    • David Sturtevant
    • Retired, Former Vice President, CH2M Hill
    • Maryanne Tagney
    • Community at Large Representative
    • Chris Thomas
    • Senior Vice President, WSP USA
    • Harry Thomas
    • Chief Marketing Officer, AAA Washington
    • Leah Tivoli
    • Manager, City of Seattle
    • Mike Williams “
    • Supervisor, USFS Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
    • Kathryn Williams
    • Retired, Former Senior Vice President, HomeStreet Bank
    • Joel Yoker
    • Principal Program Manager, Microsoft; Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activities and Community Center
    • Claudia Balducci
    • Councilmember, District 6, King County Council
    • Jim Berry
    • Community at Large Representative, Sammamish
    • Steve Brand
    • Partnerships & Planning Program Manager, WA State Parks
    • Michelle Capp
    • District Ranger, USFS Cle Elum District
    • Will Castillo
    • Principal, GGLO
    • John Chelminiak
    • Mayor, City of Bellevue
    • Alan Coburn
    • President & CEO, Green Trails Maps
    • Jim DeVere
    • Mayor, City of South Cle Elum
    • Jan Drago
    • Former Councilmember, City of Seattle
    • Reagan Dunn
    • Councilmember, District 9, King County Council
    • Dr. Eric Friedland
    • Emergency Medicine Physician, Overlake Hospital
    • Leonard Garfield
    • Executive Director, Museum of History & Industry
    • Tom Gibbs
    • Retired, Former Vice President, CH2M
    • Paul Graves
    • Washington State Representative, 5th District (R)
    • Kenneth Hearing
    • Mayor, City of North Bend
    • Ron Judd
    • External Affairs Director, WA State Dept. of Transportation
    • Jeanne Kohl-Welles
    • Councilmember, District 4, King County Council
    • Leon Kos
    • Retired, Former City Administrator, City of Issaquah
    • Trevor Kostanich
    • Councilmember, Position 3, City of North Bend
    • Kathy Lambert
    • Councilmember, District 3, King County Council
    • Matt Larson
    • Mayor, City of Snoqualmie
    • Arlene Levy
    • Partner, Social Venture Partners
    • Mike Livingston
    • Regional Director, WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife
    • Christie Malchow
    • Mayor, City of Sammamish
    • Joe McDermott
    • Councilmember, District 8, King County Council
    • Dan McDonald
    • Former State Senator
    • Jay McGowan
    • Mayor, City of Cle Elum
    • Mark McIntyre
    • Chief of Staff, Seattle Metro. Chamber of Commerce
    • Julie Meredith
    • Program Administrator, WA State Dept. of Transportation
    • Mark Mullet
    • Washington State Senator, 5th District (D)
    • Obie O’Brien
    • Kittitas County Commissioner
    • Laura Osiadacz
    • Kittitas County Commissioner
    • Larry Phillips
    • Former Councilmember, King County Council
    • Martie Schramm
    • District Ranger, USFS Snoqualmie District
    • Ron Sher
    • CEO, Sher Partners
    • Peter Spiro
    • Retired, Former Technical Fellow, Microsoft
    • Julie Stangell
    • Consulting Forester and Environmental Auditor
    • Dan Stroh
    • Planning Director, City of Bellevue
    • Todd Trepanier
    • Regional Administrator, WA State Dept. of Transportation
    • Kurt Triplett
    • City Manager, City of Kirkland
    • Justin Vander Pol
    • Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
    • Jason Walker
    • Councilmember, Position 7, City of Duvall
    • Glenn Wallace
    • President, King County Search and Rescue
    • Todd Welker
    • SE Region Manager, WA State Dept. of Natural Resources
    • Dan Youmans
    • Former Regional Vice President, External Affairs, AT&T Wireless

Donors

The Greenway Trust gratefully acknowledges the individuals, businesses, and foundations that generously support our work across the Mountains to Sound Greenway.
  • Greenway Visionaries
  • $25,000+
    • Anonymous
    • Jim Ellis
    • The Ted and Gretchen Thomsen Family
  • $10,000-$24,999
    • Anonymous
    • Sam Franklin
    • Jon Hoekstra and Jennifer Steele
    • Arlene Levy
    • Allan and Inger Osberg
    • Jerry Stritzke
    • Maryanne Tagney and David Jones
    • Walker Family Foundation
    • Robert Wiley
    • Kathy Williams
  • $5,000-$9,999
    • Jim and Barbara Becker*
    • Mark Boyar and Gretchen Weitkamp
    • Fred and Joan Burnstead
    • Jeffrey and Eleanor Freeman
    • Kari Glover and Thaddas Alston
    • Jim and Bonnie Reinhardsen*
    • Floyd and Judy Rogers*
    • Ron and Eva Sher
    • Brogan Thomsen
  • Guardians of the Greenway
  • $2,500-$4,999
    • Anonymous
    • Eric and Katie Artz
    • Jason and Elizabeth Broenneke
    • Virginia Coe and Michael Garland
    • Kurt and Roberta Fraese
    • Charles and Jean Gibbs
    • Lynn Hubbard and David Zapolsky
    • Andrew and Polly Kenefick
    • Nancy Lomneth and Mark Boyd
    • Bob and Deanna Manelski
    • Craig McKibben and Sarah Merner
    • Sue McLain and Steve Persing*
    • John and Harriett Morton
    • Chad and Wendy Nesland
    • Al Smith and Barb Potashnick
    • George and Bonnie Zinn
  • $1,000-$2,499
    • Anonymous
    • Bangs Family Fund
    • Daniel and Pamela Baty
    • Andy and Betsy Baur
    • Alan and Sally Black
    • Marjorie Bombar
    • David Bowermaster and Annie Livingston
    • Herbert M. Bridge & Edie Hilliard
    • Amy and Andreas Brockhaus
    • Kevin Brown
    • Cliff and Pauline Cantor
    • Susan and Eric Carlson
    • Will Castillo and Beth Dwyer
    • Karen Collins
    • Jennifer and Chuck Creveling
    • Stephanie Dunlap
    • John and Doris Ellis
    • Kim and Scott Fancher
    • Don and Carol Gagne
    • Vanessa Gemmell
    • Todd and Rhonda Glass
    • Peter and Wendy Goldmark
    • Jerry and Linda Henry
    • Laura Hoffman and John Burry*
    • Patsy Huntington and John Gove
    • Karen Hust and Todd Vogel
    • Mike and Peggy Kanaga
    • Janet Knox and Tom Fehsenfeld
    • Ken Konigsmark
    • Ken and Kay Krivanec
    • Danny Levine and Catherine Zimmerman
    • Dr. Jerry and Marguerite Lewis
    • Jeff and Eve Martine
    • Doug and Kristi McClelland
    • Tod and Amy McDonald
    • Alan and Patricia Miller
    • Abhishek Mishra
    • Mary Norton and Joseph McElroy
    • Thomas O'Keefe and Rie Yamazaki*
    • Matthew Perkins
    • Don and Sue Phillips
    • Marie Quasius and Paul Fischer
    • Steve and Paula Reynolds
    • Gary Rygmyr
    • Vikram and Jessica Sahney
    • Elizabeth Sall
    • Lauren and John Schiltz
    • Steve and Carol Shestag
    • Emer Dooley and Rob Short
    • Peter and April Spiro
    • David and Sue Sturtevant
    • John Teutsch
    • Webb Thomsen
    • Don and Judy Willott
    • Tracie Winbigler
    • Joel and Wendy Yoker
  • $500-$999
    • Alan and Cheryl Ameche
    • Heather Andersen and Mike Cowden
    • Anonymous
    • Robyn and Chris Ashton
    • Shauna Balderson
    • Shiv and Kamlesh Batra
    • Chris Bauer
    • Tom Bayley
    • Jennifer Beatty
    • Jim Berry
    • Black Family Foundation
    • John and Maria Bliss
    • Candace Smith and Steve Bolliger
    • Brad Brickman
    • Chris and Jackie Carr
    • Katherine Carroll
    • David Chapman
    • Stacy Chevalier Jones and Bryan Jones
    • Bob and Muffie Cohen
    • Bryan Cohen
    • Fran and Gerry Conley
    • Cindy and Bill Dickey
    • John and Julie Duggan
    • Lynn and Mark Erickson
    • Alison Evans
    • Mary Evans and Steven Maggi
    • Ava and Bill Frisinger*
    • Rosalie Gann
    • Tracy Garland
    • Susan and Robert Gellatly
    • Hayley and Casey Goelzer
    • Slade Gorton
    • Matthew Grimm
    • Josh Harris
    • Susan Hill
    • Sherry and Andrew Jaqua
    • David Jenkins
    • Deborah Jensen and Steve Malloch
    • Angela Jin and Dane Odekirk
    • Cora and Brian Johnson
    • Mark Johnson
    • Beth and Steve Kahn
    • Judy Kalb
    • Trevor Kostanich and Emily Larson
    • Marjorie Levar
    • Russ Levy
    • Rik and Jennifer Lewis
    • Rachel Ligtenberg
    • Sharon and Bill Linton and Family
    • Josh Lipsky and Laura van Dernoot Lipsky
    • David Lomet
    • Lorna Luebbe
    • Elise Lufkin
    • Lindsay Malone and Gabriel Deal
    • Hilary and Pat McDevitt
    • Gordon McHenry, Jr and Dorina Calderon-McHenry
    • Mark McPherson and Brandith Irwin
    • Marla Mellies
    • Lee Mullin
    • Henry Mustin and Laura Lippman
    • Paul Neutz and Nicole Burnett
    • Margaret Newsom
    • Dan Nickel
    • Eric Noreen
    • Lois North
    • Peter and Laura Orser
    • Ben Packard
    • Kathy Patrick
    • Debby and Brian Peterman
    • Terry Pottmeyer and Geoff Trowbridge
    • Janet and Terry Ray*
    • Joan and Donald Roberts
    • Steven Rogers and Shelly Hall
    • Ron Roseman and Liz Thomas
    • Miya Schneider and Sam Birch
    • Kim Schrier and David Gowing
    • Eric Schuehle
    • Lori Seabright
    • Matt and Jennie Shaw
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    • Lynn and Thomas Wunder
    • Sarah Young
We are seeking to raise $20 million to create recreational infrastructure and cooperative management in the Middle Fork, ensuring a sustainable future for the wild, 110,000-acre valley. To join the effort, contact Michael Woodsum.
  • $1,000,000
    • REI Co-op
  • $500,000+
    • The Boeing Company
  • $250,000+
    • Wyncote Foundation NW
    • The Norcliffe Foundation
    • Greg and Monica Smith
    • Treeline Foundation
  • $150,000+
    • Waste Management of Washington
  • $100,000+
    • Walker Family Foundation
  • $75,000+
    • National Forest Foundation
  • $25,000+
    • Eric and Katie Artz
    • Peach Foundation
    • Ron and Eva Sher
    • Thomsen Family
  • $10,000+
    • Arlene Levy
    • Fred R. Smith Foundation
    • Mark Boyar and Gretchen Weitkamp
    • Tod and Amy McDonald
    • Vikram and Jessica Sahney
  • $5,000+
    • Al Smith and Barb Potashnick
    • Alpine Lakes Protection Society
    • Cascade Gateway Foundation
    • Floyd and Judy Rogers
    • Gordon McHenry and Dorina Calderon-McHenry
    • Heartland
    • Issaquah Alps Trails Club
    • Jim and Bonnie Reinhardsen
    • Kurt and Roberta Fraese
  • Corporate & Foundation Support
  • $100,000+
    • The Boeing Company
    • Carter Subaru
    • REI Co-op
  • $25,000-$49,999
    • Microsoft Corporation
  • $10,000-$24,999
    • AAA Washington
    • Greenvelope
    • Grousemont Foundation
    • James M. Cox Foundation
    • Marie and Walter Williams Fund
    • Potelco
    • Rose Foundation
    • Treeline Foundation
  • $5,000-$9,999
    • Cascadia Law Group
    • Heartland*
    • Hugh & Jane Ferguson Foundation
    • Huntington Steele
    • Norman Archibald Charitable Foundation
    • Paracle Advisors
    • Perkins Coie
    • Quadrant Homes
    • Sterling Realty Organization
    • Waste Management of Washington
  • $1,000-$4,999
    • The Arbutus Family Foundation
    • Asplundh Tree Expert Company
    • BlackRock, Inc.
    • CH2M
    • Eastside Runners
    • Fred R. Smith Foundation
    • GeoEngineers, Inc.
    • Google
    • Green Trails Maps
    • HomeStreet Bank
    • K&L Gates
    • KPMG
    • Liberty High School DECA
    • NAI Puget Sound Properties
    • The Nature Conservancy
    • Nordstrom Inc.
    • One Tree Planted
    • Ordinary People Foundation
    • Port Blakely
    • Puget Sound Energy
    • Puget Sound Energy Foundation
    • Recology CleanScapes
    • The Seattle Foundation
    • Shelter Holdings
    • Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
    • Thomson Reuters
    • The Trust for Public Land
    • Unico Properties
  • In-Kind Support
    • Annie's Art and Frame
    • Green Trails Maps
    • Heartland
    • Homegrown Partners
    • Janet and Charlie Bird
    • Jones & Jones Architects+Landscape Architects+Planners
    • Merrill Images
    • Middle Fork Roasters
    • Perkins Coie
    • REI Co-op
    • Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
    • Valley Camp
  • Tribal, Partner, and Agency Support
    • Children's Garden School
    • City of Carnation
    • City of Issaquah
    • City of Mercer Island
    • City of North Bend
    • City of Seattle
    • City of Snoqualmie
    • King Conservation District
    • King County
    • King County Flood Control District
    • Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
    • National Environmental Education Foundation
    • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
    • National Forest Foundation
    • Okanogen-Wenatchee National Forest
    • Rowley Properties
    • Snoqualmie Indian Tribe
    • Washington State Department of Commerce
    • Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission
    • Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office
    • Wildlife Conservation Society
Thank you to those who choose to make the future of the Mountains to Sound Greenway a part of their personal legacy.
  • Planned Giving
  • $780,000
    • The Ted and Gretchen Thomsen Family

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