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Posted on: December 11, 2023

A partnership project is bringing baqwab (Meadowbrook Prairie) Loop Trail to life

Meadowbrook Prairie Loop Update, 12.07.23

The Cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie, in partnership with Si View Metropolitan Park District (SVMPD) and the Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association (MFPA), are increasing the number of pedestrian trails at Meadowbrook Prairie. This project includes trail connections through Meadowbrook Prairie to Snoqualmie Middle School, Centennial Fields Park, and the Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center.

Under a separate grant, new interpretive signage was prepared in consultation with the Snoqualmie Tribe that helps to tell the rich history of the original Snoqualmie Prairie, Baqwab, and its importance, management, and use by the Snoqualmie Tribe throughout history. The project design considers impacts to the Prairie Lands and wildlife, encouraging individuals using trails to be mindful and respectful while visiting the Prairie.

This project is partially funded by King County Parks Levy Grant Program. It is currently in design, with construction planned for 2024. You can view a larger image of the project map by visiting https://www.siviewpark.org/downloads/MeadowbrookLoopTrail.pdf.

Meadowbrook Prairie Loop Trail Map, 12.06.23

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