News from the Intertwine
April 11th, 2014 | Portland, OR -- Many within the environmental community struggle to tell our stories in compelling ways, or to be heard in a highly saturated information marketplace. How is The Intertwine Alliance planning to meet this challenge? Check out "Our Common Ground: How to Sell Sustainability Without Selling Out." -- our free webinar with Frank Creative!
April 10, 2014 | Portland, OR -- The Intertwine Alliance will present it's first Community Health and Nature Forum on May 8th at Portland State University's Native American Center.
March 13, 2014 | Oregon Zoo, Portland, OR -- With just six days to go, nearly 300 Intertwine Alliance partners and friends have already signed up for the 2014 Spring Summit.
"We think our partners are energized by the interactivity of this year's theme," says Intertwine Alliance Program Manager David Cohen.
February 1, 2014 | Twine Wire, Boring, OR -- Intertwine Partner North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District celebrated the completion of the Springwater Corridor Trail with the inauguration of the final 2.25 mile segment from Rugg Road to Boring Station Trailhead Park.
February 18, 2014 | Twine Wire, Portland, OR -- Early bird registration is now open for the the 2014 Oregon Active Transportation Summit. The event will take place at the Governor Hotel on April 21, as well as at other Portland locations on April 22.
February 14, 2014 | Oregon Zoo, Portland, OR -- With one month to go before The Intertwine Alliance 2014 Spring Summit, a healthy mix of new faces have already registered to join long-time Alliance partners at the March 19th event.
January 28, 2014 | Red Lion Jantzen Beach - The Oregon Water Enhancement Board today held its winter 2014 quarterly meeting in Portland. Six Alliance partners were invited to present, and even more turned out afterward at a special Alliance reception for the OWEB board.
November 21, 2013 | Water Resource Education Center, Vancouver, WA -- Close to 40 individuals attended this first time gathering of Vancouver-Clark County providers to begin planning a summit specifically for that region. They are also developing a ongoing forum to implement projects in Clark County.
Join Conservation Education leaders in a virtual Town Hall meeting to help build the Oregon Conservation Education Coalition.