Television Coverage

December 2011:  KING-5 (Seattle's NBC affilitae) ran a 2-minute feature devoted entirely to our sustainability programs here at Stevens Pass!  This ran during the evening news cycle on December 17, 2011.  Click to see story and footage.

Print Media Coverage

Spring 2013:  Supply Chain Sustainability from Nat'l Ski Areas Association Journal

February 2013: Stevens Pass #2 in National Report Card for Ski Resorts from the New York Times 

January 2013:  Global Warming and WA Ski Resorts from Puget Sound Business Journal

January 2013:  Sustainable Purchasing from Ski Area Management magazine

November 2012:  Featured as a "Green 50" Winner in Seattle Business Magazine's annual issue

May 2012:  Coverage of "Golden Eagle Award for Env. Excellence" from Outside Magazine

October 2011:  Stevens Pass Electric Vehicle Chargers from Nat'l Ski Areas Association Journal

November 2009:  Environmental Program coverage from Seattle Weekly's Winter Ski Guide

News  Radio Coverage

May 2009:  A longer version of the story below as part of a one-hour special on green jobs in Washington, on Seattle's NPR station, KUOW.  Our segment is about 5½ minutes into the show: LISTEN NOW

April 2009:  Our environmental staff were interviewed about our work and sustainability efforts, leading to a story on the nationally syndicated news program Environmental Report, April 6, 2009:  LISTEN NOW 

Case Study:  US Travel Association “TravelGreen"

In 2009, we were invited to be a green case-study on a new website operated by the US Travel Association, the group that serves as the leading national voice for the $750 billion travel industry in the U.S! They launched TravelGreen.Org to publicize and explain the sustainability efforts of travel-related businesses nationwide. Right now, we're one of only 2 ski resorts profiled!



Inside Stevens Articles 

January 2009: “Taking the (Environmental) Initiative at Stevens Pass”
Ross Freeman, Environment & Sustainability Manager

March 2008: “The Stevens Pass Environmental Program”
John Meriwether, Director of Environmental Services