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 National Heritage Area is an iconic 1.5 million-acre landscape that connects Central Washington, the Cascade Mountains, and Puget Sound. The Greenway promotes a healthy and sustainable relationship between people and the land by holistically balancing built and natural environments. The Greenway landscape provides places for nature and wildlife, for culture and tradition, for outdoor recreation and education, for working forests and local agricultural production, while embracing vibrant urban areas. The Greenway is valued by a broad cross-section of society, working together as an effective coalition to conserve this place and its heritage for future generations.

Way back in the summer of 2019, the designation of the Mountains to Sound Greenway as a National Heritage Area still sparkled like sunshine on a mountain lake, motivating good work across the Greenway. We celebrated the 200,000th tree planted with Carter Subaru and Carter Volkswagen, and more than one million trees planted across King County. The Towns to Teanaway project added new trails from Ronald, and the City of Bellevue broke ground to fill a critical gap in the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail. The Clean Water Ambassadors program empowered another cohort of young environmental leaders.

Then, suddenly, everything changed. The global pandemic brought the world to a standstill even as a national reckoning about racial and social justice moved people
to their feet. Uncertainty about public health, the economy, and social change hung like a cloud.

And yet, even in the face of challenge and adversity, the constructive, collaborative spirit of the Greenway coalition shone through. New safety protocols enabled restoration work to continue along the Raging River and Issaquah Creek. With schools closed, the Greenway Trust’s education program went online, sharing environmental education curricula via videos with at-home activities. As people started to venture outdoors again, the Greenway Trust joined with the Recreate Responsibly Coalition to promote safety on the trails. And Greenway Trust staff committed to an evaluation of how we can make our programming more inclusive, and how we help ensure that the benefits of being connected to nature are shared more equitably across our communities.

If there is one constant amid our rapidly changing world, it is that the Greenway landscape endures. It offers inspiration, respite, sustenance, and renewal that we all need more than ever as we navigate these challenging times.

  • Jon Hoekstra
  • Jon HoekstraExecutive Director
“We support the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust because of its vital work bringing people, organizations, and communities together to conserve the landscape and nurture connections to nature. It’s a strong coalition which effectively addresses regional challenges to benefit all of us today and in the future.”
- Lisa & John Merrill, Merrill Images

Our Work

Our Work

Special Considerations

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Greenway

In November 2019, as part of our strategic planning process, the Greenway Trust engaged a facilitator and coach to guide us on an examination of why diversity, equity, and inclusion matter for the Greenway Trust’s mission, and to help us develop a positive action agenda. Our efforts became tangibly urgent as the entire country began to confront the realities of systemic racism, inequity, and injustice in the spring of 2020. We know we have hard work to do in order to become a trusted, collaborative, inclusive partner with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and to do our part toward building a more just and equitable society. We will share updates about the steps we are now taking to make our programming and organizational culture more welcoming and supportive of all who share an interest in the Greenway.

COVID-19

When stay-at-home orders were issued in response to the first COVID-19 outbreak, we hoped it would be a temporary disruption before life and work returned to normal. We soon learned that “normal” would never be the same again as social distancing requirements, limits on in-person gatherings, and school closures have stretched on. Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), Zoom meetings, online learning, and recreating responsibly have become familiar parts of our daily routine. What hasn’t changed, though, is our commitment to celebrating and stewarding the Mountains to Sound Greenway. We hope that 2021 marks the start of the end of the pandemic. Until then, stay safe, wear a mask, keep your distance, and recreate responsibly.

Our Work

National Heritage Area

National Heritage Area Designation Updates

After the Mountains to Sound Greenway earned Congressional designation as a National Heritage Area (NHA) in March 2019, the Greenway Trust assumed an important new responsibility as the NHA Coordinating Entity.
Goals of the NHA designation include:

  1. Amplifying the region’s rich history and natural heritage through interpretive and educational programming.
  2. Strengthening pride of place and opportunities for public engagement.
  3. Supporting ecological restoration across multiple jurisdictions and watersheds.
  4. Encouraging private and public partnerships and interagency coordination.
  5. Promoting responsible tourism and sustainable economic opportunities.

Our first task for the new NHA is to develop a cooperative management plan that lays out the strategies for achieving these goals, including an interpretive plan.

We are also committed to developing the management plan in consultation with tribes so that their heritage and abiding connection to this place is properly recognized and respected.

This year, we convened an NHA Advisory Committee that is guiding development of the cooperative management plan. Stay tuned in the coming year for updates on the planning process and opportunities for public input.

Our Work

Urban Communities

Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail Gap Groundbreaking

The City of Bellevue broke ground on a new section of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail in October 2019. This trail will connect cyclists and walkers from the I-90 floating bridge all the way to Issaquah. The new segment of the trail will include a bridge over Factoria Boulevard to separate bicyclists and walkers from automobiles, a tunnel under the existing I-405/eastbound I-90 ramps, increased capacity for the eastbound off-ramp to Factoria Boulevard, and a 12-foot pedestrian and bicycle path heading eastward.

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail represents a key east-west connection in the world-class regional trail system we enjoy. The future vision is that a walker or bicyclist could travel on safe, enjoyable, nonmotorized trail connections between the Puget Sound urban areas and across the Cascades into Central Washington.

The idea of a trail through Eastgate began as Bellevue residents and planners worked to envision a transit-oriented, walkable neighborhood in a location originally designed for automobiles. The Greenway Trust secured the original National Scenic Byways grant in 2011, with additional funds from City of Bellevue, Puget Sound Regional Council, and construction funds from the Washington State Legislature.

Engaging Next Generation Leaders Through the Clean Water Ambassador Internship Program

In summer 2019, we partnered with King County Wastewater Treatment Division to hire 12 Clean Water Ambassador interns. In this program, interns gain valuable field experience, hone their leadership and communication skills, and make professional connections within the environmental community.

Through taking experiential field trips and interviewing professionals in environmental careers, interns learned about urban and natural water systems, including the key role of salmon and the ways human activity affects water quality. They also researched and created proposals on outreach and education opportunities within their own school and community.

Online Educational Series

The Greenway Education Program was among many environmental education programs impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We saw 1,700 students in the fall, but then had to cancel programming for more than 2,000 students in the spring. We had to be extra nimble as we adapted to pandemic restrictions.

Greenway Trust educators made two series of videos paired with at-home activities for our two most popular curricula. “Forests and Fins” focuses on stream/forest ecology and the life cycle of salmon. The videos explore salmon habitat needs, threats, and how we can help protect them. “Next Generation Stewards” broadens students’ understanding of the connections among the living and nonliving parts of a Pacific Northwest forest.

Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail Gap Groundbreaking

Urban Communities
The City of Bellevue broke ground on a new section of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail in October 2019. This trail will connect cyclists and walkers from the I-90 floating bridge all the way to Issaquah. The new segment of the trail will include a bridge over Factoria Boulevard to separate bicyclists and walkers from automobiles, a tunnel under the existing I-405/eastbound I-90 ramps, increased capacity for the eastbound off-ramp to Factoria Boulevard, and a 12-foot pedestrian and bicycle path heading eastward.
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Our Work

Snoqualmie River Valley

Stossel Creek Climate Resiliency Planting

Reforestation efforts are underway along Stossel Creek, where the Greenway Trust teamed up with Seattle City Light (SCL), Seattle Public Utilities, and Northwest Natural Resource Group to implement a forest restoration project that will test methods for establishing forests that are more resilient to climate change. Key support for this project comes from the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Climate Adaptation Fund via the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Carter Subaru.

Stossel Creek, located northeast of Carnation, is an important stream for steelhead, a threatened species in the Tolt River watershed. The project encompasses a 154-acre parcel of land that was acquired by City of Seattle in 2015 through SCL’s Endangered Species Act Early Action Plan.

 

The land was cleared by a private timber company in 2012, and SCL reached out to the Greenway Trust to help design a forest restoration plan using seeds obtained from southern Oregon and northern California (where conditions are similar to those projected for western WA later this century)in addition to the same species from our local seed sources. Many of our native trees, like Douglas fir, have huge ranges (British Columbia to Mexico), and just like people, their genetics adapt across generations to their local climate conditions. For this project, we planted more than 14,000 trees!

Partnering with the Refuge Outdoor Festival

The second-annual Refuge Outdoor Festival was on September 27-29, 2019 at King County’s Tolt MacDonald Park. The festival was put on by Golden Bricks Events, a Seattle-based organization that has a “strong record of developing events and festivals that encompass outdoor recreation, community, and diversity.”

The two-day event was a celebration and camping experience centered around People of Color, outdoor recreation and experiences, and community building. Throughout the weekend, organizations and participants celebrated diversity of all forms, in nature and life.

The Greenway Trust participated as a community partner. Two educators from our staff spent the weekend at the event, diving into community building through environmental education. Highlights included guiding participants in a native plant and nature walk, as well as planting native trees along the Tolt and Snoqualmie River riparian buffers — areas culturally significant to Coast Salish peoples. The rain only added to the magic of the weekend, and the tea hut helped everyone stay cozy throughout the event. Learn more at refugeoutdoorfestival.com.

Savor Snoqualmie Valley Launches Instagram

In the fall of 2019, we started an Instagram for Savor Snoqualmie Valley (@savor.snoqualmievalley) as a new way to share and celebrate all that makes the Snoqualmie Valley so special. We’ve seen great success on the platform, with nearly 700 followers by June 2020.

Stossel Creek Climate Resiliency Planting

Snoqualmie River Valley
Reforestation efforts are underway along Stossel Creek, where the Greenway Trust teamed up with Seattle City Light (SCL), Seattle Public Utilities, and Northwest Natural Resource Group to implement a forest restoration project that will test methods for establishing forests that are more resilient to climate change.
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Partnering with the Refuge Outdoor Festival

Snoqualmie River Valley
The two-day event was a celebration and camping experience centered around People of Color, outdoor recreation and experiences, and community building. Throughout the weekend, organizations and participants celebrated diversity of all forms, in nature and life.
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Photo Credit: Steven Smith

Our Work

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley

Middle Fork Campaign Progress

The Greenway Trust continues to lead a coalition of partner organizations working toward a sustainable balance between recreation and healthy ecological conditions in the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. Since 2016, the Middle Fork campaign has raised almost $9 million and has nearly completed the critical first phase of the campaign: intentional development of infrastructure (trails, trailheads, sanitation, signage, etc.) to ensure safe, ecologically sustainable recreation along the newly paved 10 miles of the Middle Fork Road. It has been thrilling to see the public and private sectors coming together to invest in the future of this priceless community asset.

Celebrating National Public Lands Day 2019

On National Public Lands Day, more than 200 people joined the Greenway Trust and our partners in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley to celebrate all of the stewardship that has happened throughout the year. Through 10 different trail and restoration projects, volunteers accomplished the following: finished construction of 80 steps on the new Garfield Ledges Trail; moved 10 cubic yards of gravel to maintain the Middle Fork Campground nature trail; removed 20 lbs of trash and decommissioned two fire rings from popular trailheads; built 11 picnic tables at Camp Brown Day Use Area; maintained 7.5 miles of trail along the CCC, Middle Fork, Pratt River and new Oxbow Loop Trails; planted more than 50 native plants at the Granite Creek Trailhead; moved more than 20 yards of mulch into the Middle Fork Natural Area; and removed gear from a former trail crew camp at Mailbox Peak.

Wow! All of this great work was celebrated at the end of the day at an after-party put on by REI Co-op, complete with Smokey Bear and Sammy the Sounder, swag, food, drinks, raffles, and education on the agencies and nonprofits that work in the Valley.

Garfield Ledges Trail Completed

Thanks to a partnership between the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and the USDA Forest Service Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest (USFS), there’s a new trail for hikers to enjoy in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley: Garfield Ledges. This trail is easily accessible by way of the newly paved Middle Fork road and reaches a scenic viewpoint in just over a mile, providing a big payoff with modest effort.

The time and effort that went into planning and building the trail, however, were quite extensive. The concept was first proposed by members of the Alpine Lakes Protection Society and Middle Fork Outdoor Recreation Coalition (MidFORC) in 2004. In 2012, the Greenway Trust adopted the project in collaboration with the USFS, recognizing the value of this recreational opportunity for the public. As plans for the Middle Fork Road came to fruition, the Greenway Trust advocated for constructing a trailhead, picnic area, and trail to the viewpoint, then raised the necessary project funds from private donors and the National Forest Foundation. Greenway staff and field crews worked in partnership with USFS staff, supported by contractors and dozens of volunteers, to build the trail over two years. Garfield Ledges is the first trail in the Greenway to be funded almost entirely by private philanthropy!

Middle Fork Campaign Progress

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
The Greenway Trust continues to lead a coalition of partner organizations working toward a sustainable balance between recreation and healthy ecological conditions in the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley.
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Celebrating National Public Lands Day 2019

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
On National Public Lands Day, more than 200 people joined the Greenway Trust and our partners in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley to celebrate all of the stewardship that has happened throughout the year.
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Garfield Ledges Trail Completed

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
Garfield Ledges trail is easily accessible by way of the newly paved Middle Fork road and reaches a scenic viewpoint in just over a mile, providing a big payoff with modest effort.
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Photo Credit: Angela Steele

Our Work

Upper Yakima Basin

Teanaway Community Forest Updates

Greenway Trust staff continue to facilitate the Teanaway Community Forest’s (TCF) ‘Goal 5’ group (G5), a subcommittee that provides opportunities for community members to play active roles in the forest’s management and upkeep. With events and volunteer opportunities limited by COVID-19, G5 turned their attention to branding and marketing, completing a new logo design, creating a merchandise lineup to drive fundraising, and updating Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and interpretive signage within the forest’s boundaries. G5 also launched a ‘Nature at Home’ webinar series, published a birding brochure, and executed a forest-wide photo contest garnering more than 50 submissions. In-person events remain on hold, but virtual outreach has never been more active!

Teanaway Community Forest Cultural Resources Assessments

The Greenway Trust has long played an active role in planning for management of, and recreation in, the TCF. In 2019-2020, we deepened that involvement by partnering with DNR to complete cultural resource assessments on the proposed site of several priority recreation projects:

  • Relocating the 29 Pines Campground
  • Building trails at Dickey Creek and Indian Creek
  • Creating a new trailhead at the West Fork Teanaway River
  • Creating a new trail from that trailhead to the Cle Elum Ridge

The cultural resource survey process identifies and maps artifacts and sites of cultural, historical, and tribal significance, ensuring such areas are not disturbed by new construction. The Greenway Trust contracted with Perteet to conduct archaeological assessments of the sites, document new findings with appropriate state departments, and provide comprehensive recommendations for how to proceed with the projects. All of this means the TCF partners will soon be able to break ground on much-needed recreational amenities, and the Greenway Trust has gained a new relationship with Perteet (who has gone on to work with us in Issaquah!)

Towns to Teanaway Trail Updates

The Towns to Teanaway Implementation Group successfully raised $27k in grants and donations to complete the design and construction for Paul’s Trail, 3.15 miles of multi-use, nonmotorized trail linking the eastern and western ends of the Towns to Teanaway network, named for local conservation leader Paul Schmitt.

Teanaway Community Forest Updates

Upper Yakima Basin
Greenway Trust staff continue to facilitate the Teanaway Community Forest’s (TCF) ‘Goal 5’ group (G5), a subcommittee that provides opportunities for community members to play active roles in the forest’s management and upkeep.
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A Ditch by Any Other Name in Thorp

Upper Yakima Basin
With help from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Thorp Town Ditch commission, Mid Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group, and the local fire station, eight National Civilian Community Corps and four Washington Service Corps members spent two days in early March (before our Stay at Home orders were in place) working hard to improve the Thorp Town Ditch.

2019 Financial Report

Revenue

Revenue
Government Grants & Contracts $1,191,085
Contributions $1,291,576
In-kind Contributions $43,015
Investment & Endowment Revenue $58,044

Expenses

Expenses
Program Expenses $2,455,582
Management & General $214,584
Fundraising $220,564

Board Lists

    • President
    • Douglas McClelland
    • Former Assistant Region Manager, WA State Department of Natural Resources
    • Secretary
    • Joshua Lipsky (*)
    • Partner, Cascadia Law Group PLLC
    • Treasurer & Operations Committee Chair
    • Jason Broenneke (*)
    • Treasurer, Operations Committee Chair; Partner, KPMG LLP
    • Fundraising Committee Chair
    • Ken Krivanec (*)
    • President, Quadrant Homes
    • Board Engagement Committee Chair
    • Marie Quasius (*)
    • Senior Port Counsel, Port of Seattle
    • Program Committee Chair
    • Cora Johnson (*)
    • Program Committee Chair; Geotechnical Engineer, GeoEngineers, Inc.
    • Executive Director
    • Jon Hoekstra (*)
    • Executive Director, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
    • Founding President
    • Jim Ellis (1921-2019)
    • Chairman Emeritus, Washington State Convention Center
    • Immediate Past President
    • Tod McDonald (*)
    • Co-Founder, Valid8 Financial
    • Erin Anderson
    • Partner, Van Ness Feldman, P.C.
    • Eric Artz
    • President & CEO, REI Co-op
    • Jim Becker
    • Retired, Founder, SmartLab Toys and becker&mayer!
    • Laurie Benson (X)
    • South Puget Sound Assistant Region Manager for Conservation, Recreation, and Transactions, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Gary Berndt
    • Wildland Fire Liaison, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Mark Boyar (*)
    • President, Middle Fork Outdoor Recreation Coalition
    • Kevin Brown
    • King County Parks and Recreation
    • Susan Carlson
    • Chair, E3 Washington
    • Bill Chapman (*)
    • Past President, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
    • Dow Constantine (X)
    • King County Executive, King County Executive's Office
    • Kitty Craig
    • Deputy Director, Washington Program, The Wilderness Society
    • Deloa Dalby
    • Savor Snoqualmie Valley Leadership Team; The Mountaineers Foothills Branch
    • Bob Ellis
    • Lifetime Educator and Cyclist
    • Karl Forsgaard
    • Manager of Implementations, Thomson Reuters; Alpine Lakes Protection Society
    • Kurt Fraese (*)
    • Fraese and Associates, LLC
    • Hilary Franz (X)
    • Commissioner of Public Lands, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Kari Glover
    • Retired, Global Integration Partner, K&L Gates LLP,
    • Matthew Grimm
    • Investment Professional, BMGI
    • Don Hoch (X)
    • Director, Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission
    • Laura Hoffman
    • Owner, Copper Ridge Farm; Microsoft
    • Andrew Kenefick
    • Senior Legal Counsel, Waste Management of Washington, Inc
    • Jamie Kingsbury (X)
    • Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest Supervisor, USFS
    • Janet Knox
    • President & Principal Geochemist, Pacific Groundwater Group
    • Ken Konigsmark
    • Issaquah Alps Trails Club
    • Yvonne Kraus
    • Executive Director, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
    • Daniel Levine
    • Retired, President, NationAd Communications
    • Sharon Linton (*)
    • Marketing Consultant, SL Connects
    • Lorna Luebbe
    • Assistant General Counsel/Director Environment Program Services, Puget Sound Energy
    • Elizabeth Lunney (*)
    • Former Greenway Trust Interim Executive Director
    • Bob Manelski
    • Retired, Senior Director, 787 Program, The Boeing Company
    • Gordon McHenry, Jr. (*)
    • President & CEO, United Way of King County
    • Roger Millar (X)
    • Secretary of Transportation, WA State Department of Transportation
    • Chad Nesland
    • Director, Microsoft Procurement, Microsoft
    • Thomas O’Keefe
    • Pacific Northwest Stewardship Director, American Whitewater
    • David Patton
    • Northwest Area Director, The Trust for Public Land
    • Kizz Prusia
    • Project Associate, Triangle Associates
    • Charles Raines
    • Director Cascade Checkerboard Project, Sierra Club, Washington State Chapter
    • Janet Ray
    • Retired, Asst VP, Corporate Affairs and Publishing, AAA Washington
    • Jim Reinhardsen (*)
    • President, Laird Norton Properties
    • Vik Sahney
    • Board VP, E&I Committee Chair, The Mountaineers
    • Jill Simmons
    • Executive Director, Washington Trails Association
    • Al Smith
    • Partner, Perkins Coie LLP
    • David Sturtevant
    • Retired, Vice President CH2M HILL,
    • Christopher Thomas
    • Senior Director, Public Policy, Lyft
    • Harry Thomas
    • Chief Marketing Officer, AAA Washington
    • Leah Tivoli
    • Manager, City of Seattle
    • Alison Washburn
    • Bellevue Store Manager, REI Co-op
    • Joel Yoker
    • President, 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 and Planning Program Manager, Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission
    • Michelle Capp
    • Cle Elum District Ranger, US Forest Service
    • William Castillo
    • Managing Principal, GGLO
    • John Chelminiak
    • Former Mayor, City of Bellevue
    • Alan Coburn
    • ‎President and CEO, Green Trails Maps
    • Mike Cotten
    • Regional Administrator, WA State Department of Transportation
    • Jim DeVere
    • City of South Cle Elum
    • Reagan Dunn
    • Councilmember, District 9, King County Council
    • Eric Friedland
    • Emergency Medicine Physician, Overlake Hospital Medical Center
    • Leonard Garfield
    • Executive Director, Museum Of History & Industry
    • Will Hall
    • Mayor, City of Shoreline
    • Travis Klaas
    • Pacific Groundwater Group
    • Jeanne Kohl-Welles
    • Councilmember, District 4, King County Council
    • Leon Kos
    • Retired, City Administrator, City of Issaquah
    • Trevor Kostanich
    • Former Councilmember, 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, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
    • Christie Malchow
    • Deputy Mayor, City of Sammamish
    • Joe McDermott
    • Councilmember, District 8, King County Council
    • Dan McDonald
    • Former State Senator; Principal Engineer, MWH Americas
    • Jay McGowan
    • Mayor, City of Cle Elum
    • Sue McLain
    • Retired, SVP, Puget Sound Energy
    • Julie Meredith
    • Program Administrator, WA State Department of Transportation
    • Mark Mullet
    • Senator, 5th District, WA State Senate
    • Mary Norton
    • Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association
    • Laura Osiadacz
    • District 2 Commissioner, Kittitas County
    • Mary Lou Pauly
    • Mayor, City of Issaquah
    • Larry Phillips
    • Former Councilmember, District 4, King County Council
    • Martie Schramm
    • Snoqualmie District Ranger, US Forest Service
    • Matt Shaw
    • Human Resources Business Partner, The Climate Corporation
    • Ron Sher
    • CEO, Sher Partners
    • Peter Spiro
    • Retired, Technical Fellow, Microsoft
    • Julie Stangell
    • Consulting Forester and Environmental Auditor
    • Ian Sutton
    • Attorney, Summit Law Group
    • Todd Trepanier
    • Regional Administrator, WA State Department of Transportation
    • Brett Wachsmith
    • District 3 Commissioner, Kittitas County
    • Jason Walker
    • Perteet
    • Glenn Wallace
    • President, King County Search and Rescue
    • Todd Welker
    • SE Region Manager, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Kathryn Williams
    • Retired, Former Senior Vice President, HomeStreet Bank
    • 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
    • Eric and Katie Artz
    • Bob and Jeanne Ellis
    • Steven and Karen Ellis
    • Lynn and Mark Erickson
  • $10,000-$24,999
    • Anonymous
    • Marjorie Boetter
    • Susan and Eric Carlson
    • Arlene Levy
    • Inger Osberg
    • Jim and Bonnie Reinhardsen
    • Meredith and Craig Shank
    • Jon Hoekstra and Jennifer Steele
    • Maryanne Tagney and David Jones
    • Maggie Walker
    • Robert Wiley
  • $5,000-$9,999
    • Anonymous
    • Jim and Barbara Becker
    • Mark Boyar and Gretchen Weitkamp
    • Fred and Joan Burnstead
    • Bill and Frankie Chapman
    • Jim Ellis
    • Jeffrey and Eleanor Freeman
    • Karen Glover and Thaddas Alston
    • Sally and Warren Jewell
    • Matt and Jennie Shaw
    • John and Jennifer Spaith
    • Brogan Thomsen
    • Kathryn Williams
  • Guardians of the Greenway
  • $2,500-$4,999
    • Candace Smith and Steven Bolliger
    • Matthew and Michelle Grimm
    • Lynn Hubbard and David Zapolsky
    • Charlie, Emma and Grace Kellogg
    • Andrew and Polly Kenefick
    • Marjorie Klayman
    • Nancy Lomneth and Mark Boyd
    • John and Harriett Morton
    • Craig and Meredith Shank
    • Al Smith and Barb Potashnick
    • Peter and April Spiro
    • David and Sue Sturtevant
    • Carol Weisbecker and Michael Ernst
  • $1,000-$2,499
    • Jessica and Justin Adair
    • Joshua Anderson and Katherine Alberg Anderson
    • Anonymous
    • Thomas Backer
    • David and Leigh Bangs
    • Tom Bayley
    • Jennifer Beatty
    • Fraser and Deirdre Black
    • Inez Noble Black
    • Michael and Debra Bresko
    • Amy and Andreas Brockhaus
    • Jason and Liz Broenneke
    • Stephen Brown and Sarah Battersby
    • Cliff and Pauline Cantor
    • Norma Cantu
    • Allison Capen and Mark Iverson
    • Kent and Sandy Carlson
    • William Castillo and Beth Dwyer
    • Scott Chamberlin and Kierstin Swanson
    • David Chapman
    • Dale Cole
    • Jennifer and Chuck Creveling
    • Deloa Dalby
    • Martha Dawson
    • Stephanie Dunlap
    • Kim and Scott Fancher
    • Kurt and Roberta Fraese
    • Tracy Garland
    • Alden Garrett
    • Hayley and Casey Goelzer
    • Jerry and Linda Henry
    • Laura Hoffman and John Burry
    • Patsy Huntington and John Gove
    • Karen Hust and Todd Vogel
    • Judy Jesiolowski and David Thompson
    • Cora and Brian Johnson
    • Judy Kalb
    • Melanie Kitzan
    • Janet Knox and Tom Fehsenfeld
    • Ken and Kay Krivanec
    • Frances Lei
    • Daniel Levine
    • Jerry and Marguerite Lewis
    • Sharon and Bill Linton
    • Josh Lipsky
    • Fred Lunki
    • Gretchen Luxenberg and Leigh Smith
    • Robert and Deanna Manelski
    • Douglas and Kristi McClelland
    • Gordon McHenry, Jr. and Dorina Calderon-McHenry
    • Sue McLain and Steve Persing
    • Lee Mullin
    • Chad and Wendy Nesland
    • Mary Norton and Joseph McElroy
    • Sam Patton
    • Matthew Perkins
    • Don and Susan Phillips
    • Marie Quasius and Paul Fischer
    • Gary Rygmyr
    • Vikram and Jessica Sahney
    • Lauren and John Schiltz
    • Miya Schneider and Sam Birch
    • Lori Seabright
    • Ruth Shimondle
    • Alice and Dave Shorett
    • Emer Dooley and Rob Short
    • Robert and Jennifer Stephenson
    • John Teutsch
    • Webb Thomsen
    • Monty and Lori VanderBilt
    • Edward Vervoort
    • Donald and Judy Willott
    • Joel and Wendy Yoker
    • George and Bonnie Zinn
  • $500-$999
    • Alan and Cheryl Ameche
    • Heather Andersen and Mike Cowden
    • Karen Anderson
    • Virginia Anderson
    • Robyn and Chris Ashton
    • Shauna Balderson
    • Laurie Benson and Ondrej Sklenar
    • John and Maria Bliss
    • Terri Bookwalter
    • Patrick and Debbie Butler
    • Amy Carlson
    • Elaine and Richard Carpenter
    • Helen Cherullo
    • Stacy Chevalier Jones and Bryan Jones
    • Shirley Chung
    • Leonard and Else Cobb
    • Alan and Gail Coburn
    • Theodore and Patricia Collins
    • Paula Dannenfeldt
    • Darci and Trent Dawson
    • Olga Dielman
    • Steve Durrant and Chris Carlson
    • Mary Evans and Steven Maggi
    • Delmar and Sandra Fadden
    • Jon and Cynthia Franklin
    • Jean Gibbs
    • John and Janis Giesa
    • Karan Goel
    • Sandra and Goelzer
    • Peter and Wendy Goldmark
    • Kimberly Greene
    • Samuel Grout
    • Tim Hauser
    • Susan Hill and Eric Noreen
    • Donald Hoekstra
    • Robert Holmes
    • Roger Honz and Shannon Campion
    • Deborah Jensen and Steve Malloch
    • Warren Jimenez
    • Mark Johnsen
    • Brent Jones
    • Mike and Peggy Kanaga
    • Kevin Killeen
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  • $125-$249
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    • E. MacArthur Noyes
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    • Larry Phillips
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    • James Pinkerton
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  • $75-$124
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    • Betsy Robblee
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    • Andrea Ryder
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    • Eric and Tera Schreiber
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    • Tom Sheldon
    • Susan and Britt Slone
    • Kyle Slyngstad
    • Robert Smith
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    • Susan Stillman
    • Derek Sumnicht
    • Kent Sundberg
    • Heidi Tate
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    • Gina Topp
    • John Traeger
    • Amy Tran
    • William Tuck
    • Marc Turpin-Fauteux
    • Margaret Ullman-Hess and Eric Hess
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  • $50-$74
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    • Mary Montgomery
    • Jonathan Morasch
    • Alexandre Moura
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    • Katherine Pelletier
    • John Perlic
    • Christoph Ponath
    • Jeff Puchalski
    • Charles Queenan, Jr. and Jo Ann Queenan
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    • Scott Rinckenberger
    • Brent Roberts
    • John Roper
    • Virginia Senear
    • Jane-Ellen Seymour
    • Shawna Shilmover
    • Ardis Shirk
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    • Deborah Slaughter
    • Paula Spence
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    • Carl Wester
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    • Tripp Williams
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    • Mark Wittow and Gail Gatton
    • Timmy Woods
    • Dong Xia and Jinghao Liu
    • Jiaxin Zheng
    • Tjaard and Gabriele Zwaagstra
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.
  • $100,000+
    • REI Co-op
  • $500,000 - $999,000
    • The Boeing Company
  • $100,000 - $499,999
    • Puget Sound Energy Foundation
    • Greg & Monica Smith
    • The Norcliffe Foundation
    • Treeline Foundation
    • Maggie Walker
    • Waste Management of Washington
    • Wyncote Foundation Northwest
  • $20,000 - $99,999
    • Eric and Katie Artz
    • Fred R. Smith Foundation
    • National Forest Foundation
    • Allan and Inger Osberg
    • Peach Foundation
    • Ron and Eva Sher
    • Brogan Thomsen
  • $10,000 - $19,999
    • Anonymous
    • Mark Boyar and Gretchen Weitkamp
    • Jones & Jones Architects
    • Arlene Levy
    • Vikram and Jessica Sahney
    • Thomsen Family
    • Valley Camp
  • $2,500 - 9,999
    • Alpine Lakes Protection Society
    • Jason and Liz Broenneke
    • Cascade Gateway Foundation
    • Charles Fleming and Deborah Klein
    • Kurt and Roberta Fraese
    • Green Trails Maps
    • Heartland LLC
    • Issaquah Alps Trails Club
    • National Environmental Education Foundation
    • Jim and Bonnie Reinhardsen
    • Floyd and Judy Rogers
    • Candace Smith and Steve Bolliger
    • David and Sue Sturtevant
    • Kathryn Williams
  • Corporate & Foundation Support
  • $100,000+
    • Carter Subaru
    • REI Co-op
    • Wyncote Foundation Northwest
  • $20,000-$49,999
    • Bullitt Foundation
    • Greenvelope
    • Grousemont Foundation
    • Laird Norton Family Foundation
    • Russell Family Foundation
    • The Boeing Company
    • The Seattle Foundation
    • The Wildlife Conservation Society
  • $10,000-$19,999
    • Fred R. Smith Foundation
    • Microsoft
    • Potelco
    • Quadrant Homes
    • Treeline Foundation
  • $5,000-$9,999
    • Issaquah Schools Foundation
    • AAA Washington
    • Cascadia Law Group
    • Google
    • Hugh & Jane Ferguson Foundation
    • KPMG
    • Laird Norton Properties
    • Perkins Coie
    • Puget Sound Energy
    • The Nature Conservancy
    • Waste Management of Washington
  • $1,000-$4,999
    • 501 Commons
    • Bayer Fund
    • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
    • EarthShare of Washington
    • Eastside Runners
    • Falls Run Family Foundation
    • GeoEngineers, Inc.
    • Green Trails Maps
    • Harrington-Schiff Foundation
    • K&L Gates LLP
    • Kiwanis Club of Issaquah
    • Lindberg Foundation Trust
    • Nelson Treehouse and Supply
    • Recology CleanScapes
    • The Trust for Public Land
    • Thomson Reuters
  • In-Kind Support
    • Annie's Art and Frame
    • Champion Grocery
    • Forterra
    • Heartland LLC
    • Leigh Hatton
    • Moonphoto
    • Mountaineers Books
    • Perkins Coie
    • REI Co-op
    • Remlinger Farms
    • Seattle Public Utilities
    • Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
    • Valley Camp
  • Government Agency Support
    • City of Duvall
    • City of Issaquah
    • City of Mercer Island
    • City of North Bend
    • City of Seattle, Seattle City Light
    • City of Shoreline
    • City of Snoqualmie
    • City of Woodinville
    • King Conservation District
    • King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks
    • King County Flood Control District
    • King County Wastewater Treatment Division
    • Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed
    • Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
    • National Park Service
    • Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
    • Snoqualmie Watershed Forum
    • Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
    • Washington State Department of Agriculture
    • Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission
    • Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office

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