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October 16, 2010
Today was the Greenway’s annual Tree Planting Kick off Event. It my first, given I am still fairly new to the organization. Let me
Continue reading A glorious day to plant trees…and eat cupcakes
October 1, 2010
Did you know? Our own Seattle Storm, the 2010 WNBA CHAMPIONS (ahem!) support the Greenway? Not only the team but their supporters and fans are pledging
Continue reading Three Cheers for Three Pointers by the Seattle Storm
June 1, 2010
Carter Subaru/VW and the Mountains to Sound Greenway – a Great Partnership! Thanks to Carter Subaru/VW, native trees planted in the 2008, 2009 and 2010 planting seasons
Continue reading Carter Subaru/VW: Planting a Forest, One Test Drive at a Time
December 29, 2009
It’s been such a busy and action packed year in the Greenway. Given that we are at the end of 2009, it’s only appropriate
Continue reading Year in review
December 3, 2009
NEW 10,273 ACRE CONSERVATION AREA LINKS MOUNT SI TO FEDERAL FORESTS Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark designated the new Middle Fork Snoqualmie Natural Resources Conservation
Continue reading Middle Fork NRCA
November 24, 2009
This past September, the Greenway Trust lost a beloved member of our family: Ted Thomsen. He was known as a Greenway Trust Founder and one
Continue reading We will miss you, Ted
June 8, 2009
National Trails Day 2009 marked the completion of two years of facility improvements at the popular Little Si Trail on June 6th. Washington’s Commissioner of
Continue reading National Trails Day Celebration
May 31, 2009
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and partner organizations announced the public acquisition of 7,000 acres of forestland in the Raging River Valley. Surrounded by public
Continue reading Raging River Forest Land Acquired
October 27, 2007
It might have been a private office park with dramatic views for the tenants.  Instead, Snoqualmie Point Park will be dedicated to the public
Continue reading Paradise Nearly Paved: Snoqualmie Point Park Opens in Grand Style to Stunning Views
June 2, 2007
Rattlesnake Mountain Conservation  Rattlesnake Mountain is the long, forested  ridge that parallels I-90 just south of Snoqualmie and North Bend.  It runs 7
Continue reading Grand Opening: Rattlesnake Mountain Trail and Trailhead
September 2, 2006
On August 8, 2006, under sunny skies in the Snoqualmie Valley with a majestic view of Mt. Si, Seattle civic leader Jim Ellis celebrated his 85th birthday
Continue reading Happy Birthday Jim!