News from the Intertwine
The 11th Annual Urban Ecology and Conservation Symposium is accepting presentation proposals through November 9th.
Seattleites spent the weekend of August 11th and 12th touring Portland neighborhoods collecting information on green streets and innovative stormwater management.
The Oregon Zoo, Metro and Columbia Sportswear Sponsored the Inaugural Intertwine Eduction Summit on June 26th.
Learn about this project; review maps of potential trail alignments; share your opinions with the project advisory committee, staff, park board members and elected officials.
Metro launched their Vamonos! project aimed to encourage the use of bike and pedestrian routes among Latino families in Cornelius, Forest Grove and Hillsboro.
Jim Moore, Portland resident and passionate cyclist, will be at Powell's Bookstore July 6th at 7:30pm to discuss his new book about the tremendous cycling opportunities in Oregon.
The report discusses the Johnson Creek Watershed area in terms of fish and wildlife, shade and temperature, streamflow, turbidity, pollution and a 2020 vision for the creek.
Intertwine Alliance members enjoyed National Bike to Work Day with a tour of the Gresham-Fairview Trail. Come along for a ride.