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Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest,

This wilderness covers over 394,000 acres in the Okanagon-Wenatchee and Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. It has more than 700 lakes and mountain ponds, rugged creeks, and open meadows. It can be accessed by 47 trailheads and 615 miles of trails.

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1625 118th Ave. SE, Bellevue

Tucked into the southern end of Bellevue, this park includes 320 acres of wetlands and meadows with five miles of trails for nature walks, canoe trips, and bird watching. A partnership between the Pacific Science Center and City of Bellevue Parks Department, the Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center provides year-round education and hands-on learning...

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Meadowbrook Farm, North Bend

The open space of Meadowbrook and Tollgate Farms was originally an expansive prairie tended by the Snoqualmie people, who used fire to maintain open non-forest habitat. Periodic burns encouraged camas, berries, ferns, and edible roots to grow, and lured black-tailed deer, elk and other game animals to forage. Snoqualmie people lived and gathered in...

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33rd Avenue Northwest / Northwest 54th Street, Seattle

Many lake and river systems of King County flow to the sea through the locks in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood. Fish ladder viewing platforms allow visitors to catch glimpses of migrating salmon, a powerful reminder of the thread of life that begins in snowmelt from the mountains through the Greenway.

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125 W. Sunset Way, Issaquah

The Issaquah Salmon Hatchery is the most visited of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s hatcheries.  The grounds of the hatchery contain numerous informational displays about salmon.  In addition, the Friends of the Issaquah Hatchery offer various educational programming and opportunities for a variety of age levels.