Media, Logo & Photo Requests

 

Thanks for your interest in the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area! Please see below for some introductory information, as well as a logo request form and usage guidelines. If you’d like more information, photos, or to set up an interview, please contact our communications team, Eliza (eliza.foster@mtsgreenway.org) and Katie (katie.egresi@mtsgreenway.org).

 

Greenway 101

Where is the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area?

The Mountains to Sound Greenway landscape spans 1.5 million acres from Seattle to Ellensburg along the I-90 corridor.

What is the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust?

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is a coalition-based organization that works to steward the 1.5 million acres stretching from Seattle to Ellensburg, all while promoting access to the outdoors and striking a balance between the natural world and the people who call this region home.

Today, the coalition that makes up the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust encompasses a 60-member Board of Directors, a 30-member Board of Advisors, a 100-member Technical Advisory Council, more than a dozen staff members, and a community of hundreds of citizens and dozens of interest groups.

NCCC members, Washington Service Corps members and Greenway Trust staff taking a fun break on Squak Mountain – February 2020
What does the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust do?

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust leads and inspires action to conserve and enhance the landscape of the Mountains to Sound Greenway, ensuring a long-term balance between people and nature.

We work to conserve and restore natural lands, open spaces, and historic sites; build and maintain recreational trails; engage with students through our environmental education program; advocate for public lands and recreational access; lead a robust volunteer program; and so much more.

We are also the coordinating entity for the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area. National Heritage Areas are places designated by Congress where historic, cultural, and natural resources combine to form cohesive, nationally important landscapes. We received designation in March 2019 and are currently in the midst of a three-year cooperative management planning process.

The work we do would not be possible without the partners that we collaborate with every day. The Greenway Coalition is a catalyst for action, convening multiple interest groups. We work together to tackle challenges and plan for the future of this incredible landscape and the people who live, work, and play here.

What is the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area?

In March 2019, the Mountains to Sound Greenway was officially designated by Congress as a National Heritage Area, making it the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area. Along with the Maritime Washington NHA, the Greenway is the first NHA in the Pacific Northwest. The Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area is a unique geographic corridor made up of connected ecosystems and communities spanning 1.5-million-acres from Seattle to Ellensburg.

What is a National Heritage Area?

National Heritage Areas are places designated by Congress where historic, cultural, and natural resources combine to form cohesive, nationally important landscapes.

The Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area proudly joins 54 other NHA sites in 32 states, including iconic and historic landscapes such as New York’s Niagara Falls, Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, and North Carolina’s Blue Ridge National Heritage Area. Click here to view and download maps of the Greenway. 

Logo & Photo Request & Usage Guidelines

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