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Cougars in the Greenway

Cougars in the Greenway

  The close proximity of wildlands to our homes and urban centers is one of many reasons the Mountains to Sound Greenway is such a special place. This proximity affords us diverse opportunities to experience the Greenway’s forests, mountains, waterways and of course, its wildlife. However, unbeknownst to many human residents of the Greenway, they

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Rah Rah Roslyn!

Rah Rah Roslyn!

I can’t believe I get paid to do this. That’s all I could think of as I hauled flipcharts and boxes of markers into our meeting space in Roslyn, a historic coal mining town on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains scented with ponderosa pine from the forested ridge above. I’m lucky to work

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Mother’s Day in the Greenway

Mother’s Day in the Greenway

Recently my love of Seattle and its surrounding communities has significantly expanded – ever since I started working for the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust. I love working as the Volunteer Event Coordinator for the 8th Annual Mountains to Sound Greenway Summer Festival. If you don’t know about this festival already, you are really missing out.

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Paradise Nearly Paved: Snoqualmie Point Park Opens in Grand Style to Stunning Views

Paradise Nearly Paved: Snoqualmie Point Park Opens in Grand Style to Stunning Views

It might have been a private office park with dramatic views for the tenants.  Instead, Snoqualmie Point Park will be dedicated to the public on Saturday, October 27, 2007 in Snoqualmie, Washington and will be a major visitor attraction in the 100-mile Mountains to Sound Greenway along Interstate 90.  The park gives visitors a fresh

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Meadowbrook Farm

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1711 Boalch Avenue, North Bend, Snoqualmie, WA
This scenic open space on the Snoqualmie Valley Floor is an important story location to the Snoqualmie Tribal people. Historically, the Snoqualmie Tribal people maintained the prairie through traditional methods. Today, Meadowbrook Farm is managed for historic and cultural interpretation, wildlife habitat, agriculture, and public recreation by multiple municipalities. The 460-acre farm at the foot

Meadowbrook Loop Trail

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Meadowbrook Farm, North Bend, WA
This trail that traverses much of Meadowbrook Farms has gravel, grassy and paved sections. It offers sweeping views of Mount Si, meadows and woods. Finish the loop on the Interpretive Center to Centennial Fields Park trail.