Today, leaders from King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties announced Leafline, a new coalition to connect the regional trails network. Leafline was jointly announced by elected leaders and partner organizations including: King County Executive Dow Constantine Kitsap County Commissioner Rob Gelder Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers To learn how youContinue reading “Introducing Leafline, a coalition to connect Puget Sound by trail”
The qualities that makes the Northwest such an amazing place to live – access to nature, beautiful landscapes, and adventure around every corner – are embodied in our system of wide, paved, and accessible public trails. King County is a founding member of a new four-county collaborative effort, the Leafline Trails Coalition (formerly the Regional […]Continue reading “Working together for more and better trails”
By connecting trails, we’re connecting communities for a better future. Investments in trail connectors and spines will: Build a resilient transportation system by connecting where people live, work, and play–bringing together rural and urban centers and maximizing the environmental benefits of active transportation; Connect underserved communities for better access to opportunity; Improve local economies byContinue reading “Benefits of Connecting Communities Across Puget Sound”
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 brings six years of non-profit advocacy experience spanning active transportation, public lands, and conservation priorities. Most recently, she was a policy manager at Cascade Bicycle Club working to connect East King County by bike.