EVENT: Intertwine Alliance Spring Meeting and Release of Bi-State Trail Plan

Please Share With Other Parks, Trails, and Natural Area Supporters

Why should you attend?

1). We will be unveiling the first ever Bi-State Trail Plan
2). You will receive a copy of the first ever Annual Report of The Intertwine Alliance outlining recent successes and projects for the coming year
3). There will be a guided walk on the Columbia River Trail to Maya Lin’s Land Bridge and Officer’s Row from 2:30 to 3:30, following the 1 pm to 2:30 pm Intertwine Alliance meeting

As you may already know, The Intertwine Alliance is the new and permanent name for what was the Connecting Green Alliance. The Alliance’s mission is to create the world’s greatest system of parks, trails, and natural areas in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan region.

The Alliance (www.theintertwine.org) is a coalition of nonprofits (Including npGREENWAY,) government agencies, and private businesses working collaboratively in five Alliance initiatives: 1). Acquiring new park land and natural areas and building the regional bi-state trail network; 2). Conservation through creation of a regional biodiversity conservation plan and restoring the region’s natural areas; 3). Conservation education; 4). Defining the System of parks, trails, and natural areas with local park providers, Metro, and state and federal land owners; and 5). Active Transportation Planning

You are invited to attend two important events this Friday:

Quarterly Trails Meeting, 10 am to Noon, Hilton Hotel, Downtown Vancouver, Washington 701 Southeast Columbia Shores Boulevard

The Intertwine Alliance Spring Meeting, 1 pm to 3:30 pm Wallis Engineering, 214 W. 4th Street Vancouver, Washington

1:00 pm to 2:30 pm Check in, socialize and enjoy light refreshments Review the new Bi‐State Regional Trails System Plan Hear updates of The Intertwine Alliance– restoration, regional system, active transportation, conservation and education, acquisition.

2:30 ‐ 3:30 Enjoy a 5K guided walk of the Discovery Historic Loop Trail in Downtown Vancouver: Renaissance Trail on the Columbia River, Maya Lin’s Land Bridge, Fort Vancouver and Officers’ Row.

Please RSVP to csulaski@TheIntertwine.org * Bike corral parking and on‐street auto parking available.

Go to http://www.walliseng.net/contact for directions.

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