The path following today’s Interstate 90 has long provided an east-west route across the mountains, beginning with Native American foot trails used for hunting, fishing, and gathering. The dramatic cross-state passage over
Imagine this: you come home after a long day. The sun is shining, and you want to go outside, but can’t go too far. Right in your backyard is a green space with
Let’s start with a little activity. Close your eyes and think about the last time you went outside: was it a walk around your neighborhood, a meet up at your local park,
Being environmentally sustainable and responsible can come in many forms, from using reusable straws to going zero waste. If you live in King County, you’ve been helping out the environment,
Washington can be characterized by forests that seem to stretch forever, but do you ever wonder how those giant trees can grow so tall? At the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust nursery, we raise thousands of
Walking, rolling, or running just became much safer and more enjoyable through the bustling Eastgate neighborhood in Bellevue thanks to a new section of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail!
As a non-profit, a lot of the work that we accomplish is through partnerships with various organizations—from governmental agencies to other non-profits. One of our longest standing partnerships is with
The King County Council announced today that the parks in Preston will be renamed to honor regional conservation hero Jim Ellis, a storied civic leader and founder of the Mountains
Connecting people to nature is what the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is all about, and trails that connect communities to natural open space are vitally important to Greenway communities.