Volunteer for National Public Lands Day

Celebrate public lands in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley! Join the Greenway and partners on September 30th, 2017 for a day of stewardship and celebration.

Middle Fork Valley

For over two decades, a coalition of volunteers, nonprofits, and agency partners has worked to clean up and protect the Middle Fork. Now, the Valley is about to undergo another major transformation. The newly paved Middle Fork Road, just finished after three years of construction, offers safe and family-friendly access to this spectacular Valley for the first time. Along this Wild and Scenic River, recreationists can find experiences for every interest and ability level, from riverside picnics and swimming to technical ascents of rocky peaks… all on public land.

Volunteer Stewardship

Take a stand for public lands by giving back. Join a volunteer stewardship event with the Greenway and partners, and stick around for the celebration afterwards. All volunteer events are 9am – 1pm. Arrive at the Middle Fork Trailhead a few minutes early to sign in and enjoy coffee donated by the Middle Fork Roasters. (Registration required.)


Trail Maintenance on the future Garfield Ledges Trail

Hosted by Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

Help break ground on a future trail to scenic ledges overlooking the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River.



Planting at Granite Creek Trailhead

Hosted by Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

Celebrate the opening of the new road by joining the effort to restore this beautiful area. Plant native species in the Granite Creek Trailhead parking area–a brand-new gateway for recreation access.



Maintenance at the Middle Fork Campground

Hosted by USFS Snoqualmie Ranger District and Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

Join the Snoqualmie Ranger District for a morning of campground maintenance at this popular site.



Pratt River Trail Maintenance

Hosted by Washington Trails Association

Maintain the Pratt River Trail, a key connector to access the Alpine Lakes Wilderness.



Middle Fork Trail Maintenance

Hosted by Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance

Key stakeholders for the trail will work together to maintain the Middle Fork Trail, a popular ride for cyclists, equestrians, and hikers.



Cheers for Volunteers Afterparty with REI

Featuring guest speakers, food, and beer from No Boat Brewing in Snoqualmie, volunteers will join the Greenway and partners for a celebration hosted by REI Co-op! Interactive booths from King County Search and Rescue, US Forest Service, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, and more.

Road Opening Celebration

In addition to volunteer events we also have an opportunity to celebrate the completion of the Middle Fork Road reconstruction. Join the Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Forest Service, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, King County, recreation groups, business leaders, and neighbors as we open the Middle Fork Road and new trails and trailheads, enhancing access to public lands just outside North Bend. More details