2021 Leafline Trails Summit

Our fall summit is back for 2021! Let’s come together to chart next steps in our collective efforts to realize a vibrant and resilient future for the region through trails. With three virtual sessions and three outdoor events, we’ll celebrate progress, understand key challenges, and deepen our community of business, community, and government leaders. PleaseContinue reading “2021 Leafline Trails Summit”

Be a leader in the movement for trails

We are currently seeking nominations for the Leadership Group, the Coalition’s governing body where volunteer members make decisions, set our strategy, and tackle emerging issues for the Coalition. You’ll find more information about these roles below and in our Charter.

Walkers, families, and cyclist on Sammamish River Trail

Letter to Congressional delegation: Now is the time to prioritize trails

Join Leafline Trails Coalition in asking leaders in Washington, D.C. to prioritize federal funding for trail connections. Active transportation is the cornerstone of an integrated mobility network, and multiple signature projects are ready for investment today in King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. By focusing on connections between communities, underserved communities, and critical trail gaps,Continue reading “Letter to Congressional delegation: Now is the time to prioritize trails”

When we invest in the network, trails will help solve our biggest problems

As our nation grapples with major challenges, policymakers should remember that trails provide cross-cutting solutions. A trail network across central Puget Sound will provide mobility solutions, green transportation options, safe places to walk or roll, and access to the outdoors. With big gaps in access to transportation and green space throughout the region, connecting theContinue reading “When we invest in the network, trails will help solve our biggest problems”

About Claire

Claire works to convene and inspire members of the Coalition, communicate the work and value of the Coalition, recruit and engage members, and advance shared priorities. Claire’s non-profit advocacy experience spans active transportation, public lands, and conservation priorities.

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