News from the Intertwine
New tourism-focused app features The Intertwine's must-visit parks and trails.
Join us in welcoming our newest partners in The Alliance: Groundwork Portland, PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc. and Koch Landscape Architecture Firm!
Alliance members gathered to collaborate on two regional initiatives and celebrate the completion of the Regional Conservation Strategy.
The pioneering effort by John Williams of Wheelchair Destinations aims to profile the region's best outdoor destinations, focusing on the accessibility of the facilities to wheelchair users.
Join us in welcoming new partners to the Alliance - the Hoyt Arboretum, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Leach Botanical Garden, OBEC Consulting Engineers, the Oregon Zoo, and Rewild Portland.
Take the online survey by Nov. 19 and learn more about the advisory panel’s recommendation and tell the Metro Council about your priorities.
Alliance partners will gather to celebrate recent successes and collaborate on upcoming projects at our fall summit with keynote address by Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici.
Access Recreation invites you to celebrate the completion of the Guidelines for Providing Trail Information to People with Disabilities for outdoor recreation trails and facilities.
Join walkers, bikers and advocates to learn, discuss and celebrate the economic value of local, regional, state and national trails in Vancouver.
Metro's synthesis details the relationship of parks, trails, and open space to economic development.