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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 outdoor recreation, and vibrant communities with strong economies. Through supporting local, state, and federal investments, we can preserve this natural legacy for future generations.   The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust (Greenway...

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On August 21, U.S. Congresswoman Kim Schrier, Washington State Representative Bill Ramos, and King County Councilmember Sarah Perry joined Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest Supervisor Jody Weil and Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Supervisor Kristin Bail at the Denny Creek/Franklin Falls Trailhead to celebrate projects funded by the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) in the Mountains to...

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100+ Boeing employee volunteers came out on August 17 to celebrate the announcement and volunteer in the park  Representatives from the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust (Greenway Trust) were joined by more than 100 Boeing employees at Lake Sammamish State Park on Thursday, August 17 to volunteer and celebrate the company’s investment in an...

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Creating pathways and a trailhead to one of the first Natural Resource Conservation Areas in Washington State.  The Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area is home to a 5.5-mile trail that helps to preserve the region’s natural treasures and guides hikers to Teneriffe Falls, a cascade nestled within the Mount Si Natural Resources...

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The Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area is home to a huge number of trails that allow access to beautiful mountain tops, waterfalls, and shrub-steppe desert views. While trails provide us with opportunities to connect with nature in fun and meaningful ways, these trails and the people using them have an impact on...

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This post was created in collaboration with Jaime Martin, Director of Governmental Affairs & Special Projects for the Snoqualmie Tribe. May 7-13, 2023 marks the 40th anniversary of National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW). This annual industry tradition celebrates the value travel holds for our economy, businesses, personal well-being, and more. There’s no denying...

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Forested mountains, meandering rivers, shaded walking trails, and picturesque downtowns complete with local food establishments and small businesses – you’ll find all this and more in the beautiful Snoqualmie River Valley. How does an area such as this ensure a sustainable future that strikes a harmonious balance between economic growth and preserving its natural...

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We traded in our Carhartts and trail runners for blazers and . . . okay, Blundstones really can do it all . . . during a week of advocacy in Washington, DC.  As the coordinating entity for the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area (Greenway NHA), Greenway Trust staff are part of a...

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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 outdoor recreation, and vibrant communities with strong economies. Through supporting local, state, and federal investments, we can preserve this natural legacy for future generations.   The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust collaborates...

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President Biden signed the National Heritage Area Act yesterday WASHINGTON, DC – Yesterday, President Biden signed the National Heritage Area Act (S. 1942). On December 22, 2022, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved the legislation by a bi-partisan vote of 326-95, after the Senate passed the legislation without opposition two days earlier. It was one of the last bills passed...