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MC 00292 Guide to the Mountains to Sound Greenways Trust Records, 1994-2000
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General Physical Description note
1 archival box
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Processed by: Nancy J. Kaiser; machine-readable finding aid created by: Nancy J. Kaiser; updated by: Kelly Clark Policelli, March 2009
The collection is comprised of organization records pertaining to the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust. Records include a list of the Board of Directors, mission statement, report to donors, newspaper clippings, pamphlets and maps promoting greenway conservation programs and activities, and Mountains to Sound, a quarterly publication that was first published in February 1994. An illustrated history of the greenway area, Mountains to Sound: The Creation of a Greenway Across the Cascades (1993), is housed separately in the Special Collections Research Center.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is a non-profit corporation founded in 1991 by a coalition of individuals, businesses, and agencies interested in protecting the scenic beauty along Interstate 90 in Washington state. The Trust's goals include protection and enhancement of the scenery, wildlife, and recreational opportunities of the Cascades to Puget Sound corridor. The Trust encourages sustainable community development and supports public acquisition and private preservation of forest land. In its decade long existence the Trust has facilitated the transfer of approximately 50,000 acres of forest to public ownership. Land has been acquired through a series of gifts, purchases, and brokered property exchanges between private owners and county, state, and federal partners.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust maintains a website at www.mtsgreenway.org .
Chasan, Daniel Jack. Mountains to Sound: The Creation of a Greenway Across the Cascades. Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 1993.
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[Identification of item], Mountains to Sound Greenway Records, MC 00292, NCSU Libraries' Special Collections Research Center.
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