News & Events from the Intertwine
America's WILD READ book club travels to Portland beginning April 15 to explore The Intertwine through discussions lead by authors Mike Houck and M.J. Cody, and urban avian expert Bob Sallinger.
Join Alliance partners gathering in Salem for two days of active transportation-related education, inspiration and recreation.
Meet and network with trail planners, agency staff, non-profit organizations and trail advocates to learn about recreational trails in the four-county metropolitan area, all in one location!
In November, 2010 The Intertwine Alliance launched an effort to create a Regional Conservation Strategy and Biodiversity Guide for the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan region. The completed documents are scheduled for release this summer.
Dr. Kurt Beil of the National College of Natural Medicine presented The Intertwine to an international audience of medical practitioners at the 2011 Healthy By Nature forum in Canada.
MGA members — Chicago Wilderness, Houston Wilderness, the Lake Erie Allegheny Partnership, Amigos De Los Rios, Sweet Water, and The Intertwine — represent more than 500 private, nonprofit and public organizations and serve a total of twenty-three million people.
A design studio exploring the visual qualities of The Intertwine begins this term at the Pacific Northwest College of Art.
The 2011 Trail User Count was the most successful count to date. Take a look at the preliminary statistics and see what's in store for the next counting effort in the fall of 2012.
Editors Michael C. Houck and M. J. Cody debute new edition of "Wild in the City - Exploring The Intertwine: The Portland-Vancouver Region’s Network of Parks, Trails, and Natural Areas."