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Improvements Underway on the Popular Rattlesnake Ledge Trail November 8, 2021
Local nonprofits and volunteers are teaming up to make the trail safer and more sustainable for its nearly 300,000 annual visitors. Rattlesnake Ledge, owned and operated
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FALLing Into Planting Season October 29, 2021
Along with the autumn colors, the Mountains to Sound Greenway has also transitioned into a new season. For the entire month of October, we have
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Middle Fork River Trail Puncheon Bridge Construction October 18, 2021
In April 2018, the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail experienced a major landslide that left most of the trail inaccessible and closed to the public for
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Salmon SEEson in the Greenway October 12, 2021
Information from King County Salmon SEEson Press Release Pacific salmon – including sockeye, Chinook, coho, pink, and chum – have begun the journey from the open ocean
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Celebrating National Public Lands Day 2021 . . . In Person! October 8, 2021
On September 25, the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust joined with others all across the country to celebrate National Public Lands Day 2021 and engage in a
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Great American Outdoors Act Funds Recreation Improvements in the Greenway October 7, 2021
Signed agreements between the USDA Forest Service and the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust mark the beginning of the conservation legislation’s impact close to
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Q&A with Refuge Outdoor Festival Founder Chevon Powell September 10, 2021
In August 2021, despite a heatwave and wildfire smoke, around 100 BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) campers of all ages came out to spend a long
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Knotweed Removal in the Raging River
It’s Knotweed Removal Season! August 17, 2021
It’s August, which means we (the Mountains to Sound Greenway’s restoration crew) are heading full on into knotweed season! Knotweed is commonly found
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Poo Poo Point Trail Updates August 14, 2021
Named for the sound of long-ago steam whistles used by loggers throughout the region, in recent years Poo Poo Point has become a popular destination
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Mythbusters: Nonprofit Edition August 11, 2021
This year our favorite holiday, AKA National Nonprofit Day is on August 17, 2021. We’re celebrating by busting some common nonprofit myths and leaning into some
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Celebrating the One Year Anniversary of the Great American Outdoors Act August 4, 2021
One year ago today, the Great American Outdoors Act was officially signed into law, marking a historic investment in America’s public lands that will
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Exploring Alki Beach with a Beach Naturalist July 28, 2021
One of the best parts about living in the Pacific Northwest is that we can explore the beaches year-round. During the summer the Seattle Aquarium
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