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Margaret Macleod honored with Ruth Kees award in Issaquah

Margaret Macleod honored with Ruth Kees award in Issaquah

Issaquah Mayor Ava Frisinger awarded Margaret Macleod, City of Issaquah Interagency Coordinator, with the Ruth Kees Environmental Award for a Sustainable Community at a tree planting ceremony at Squak Valley Park. Margaret has worked for 20 years to secure millions of dollars in grant funding for land conservation and recreation enhancement projects in the Issaquah

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Thanksgiving Trails

Thanksgiving Trails

On a dark Thanksgiving morning, my cousins and I, each of us a non-native Pacific Northwesterner, drove the 45 minutes to Mt. Si, ready to climb the mountain I had hiked as a child with my family while visiting Washington State. As we pulled up to the trailhead parking lot at Mt. Si, I realized

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Your voice counts! Help shape the future of recreation in the Snoqualmie Corridor

Your voice counts! Help shape the future of recreation in the Snoqualmie Corridor

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) released a survey today to gather input on how the public would like to see recreation managed on 53,000 acres of DNR-managed state trust lands and conservation areas in the Snoqualmie Corridor (map). Your voice counts. This survey comes in the middle of a recreation planning process that began earlier this

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Trek Talk…A Trekker Reflects

Trek Talk…A Trekker Reflects

There was stargazing above Rattlesnake Lake. There were campfire sing-a-longs and an uncanny rendition of “Rhinestone Cowboy.” There were blisters and cramps and cringe-worthy sunburns.  And there was such extraordinary beauty that- unless you knew of the Greenway already- you would never believe it exists right in our own backyards. The Mountains to Sound Greenway

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Trek Talk…The Tunnel Edition!

It was a great day to celebrate our history! The Trekker Equestrians arrived early to the event, tethering their horses nearby. While they awaited the wagons’ arrival from Crystal Springs (the location of last night’s awesome camp out- a camp out I heard was complete with s’mores and sing song fun (um, bohemian rhapsody anyone?),

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