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2022 Accomplishments Across the Greenway November 22, 2022
It’s hard to believe, but 2022 is already coming to a close. And with the year’s end, we like to pause and reflect on
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What It Takes to Restore 10 Miles of Trail in 8 Days November 9, 2022
Over the summer, the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail Crew completed an eight-day camping trip along the Snow Lake and Rock Creek Trails in the
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Celebrating an Exciting Milestone for Trails in the Teanaway Community Forest November 9, 2022
If you’ve followed us here at the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust for very long, you’ve probably heard about the Teanaway Community Forest (
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A Return to the Beloved Tree Planting Celebration October 26, 2022
It’s that time of year again: tree planting season! For many years, we’ve hosted a large Tree Planting Celebration in partnership with Carter
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Vote Yes on King County Proposition 1 to Create a Climate-resilient Future October 12, 2022
What is the price of a pine forest, a salmon-bearing stream, or a tree-lined park in a city? Many of these places have a dollar
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Pitching in for Kittitas County’s Public Lands  October 11, 2022
National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the nation’s largest single-day volunteer event for public lands, celebrated annually on the fourth Saturday of September. Thousands
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Impacting the Future of the Greenway NHA, One Student at a Time September 29, 2022
Fall in the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area is a beautiful time of change and transition. The leaves are turning from green to
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Hidden Gems of the Greenway: The Search for Swamp Gentian September 8, 2022
Pushing through chest-high brush and whipping branches, I catch a glance of a small opening in the forest filled with moss and skunk cabbage. Looking
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Stewardship Across the Spectrum: A Q&A with Aspiring Youth Staff Lead Faye Lafond on Neurodiversity and Ecology August 18, 2022
The Greenway is thrilled to begin in-person partnerships with organizations that help youth in our communities re-connect to the outdoors. This summer, Aspiring Youth campers
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Cultivating Community and Environmental Stewardship at Seward Park August 12, 2022
On Saturday, July 23rd, ECOSS led a nature walk and habitat restoration event for BIPOC communities in collaboration with Mountains to Sound Greenway, Green Seattle
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Caring for the Greenway NHA Alongside New Partners August 11, 2022
Our mission is to lead and inspire action to conserve and enhance the landscape of the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area (Greenway NHA),
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Using iNaturalist to Learn and Connect in the Greenway July 11, 2022
With the arrival of summer sun comes mysterious new plants popping out of the ground. Where soil was bare just months ago, plant life abounds.
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