Help connect regional trails across the central Puget Sound region to improve health, community, quality of life, mobility, and access for all – become a coalition member today!
Who can become a Coalition member?
- We want the Leafline Trails Coalition to include a broad-based and diverse membership, therefore we want it to be fairly easy to join the Coalition.
- Both individuals and organizations are welcome to join.
Members are responsible for promoting the goals of the Leafline Trails Coalition, most importantly by working to complete a comprehensive trails network in the four county
Puget Sound region. They do this by participating in Coalition meetings and activities, and keeping the Coalition informed about issues in the trails community.
|Join with other trail builders and enthusiasts to advocate for a shared vision for regional trails in the Central Puget Sound region with a unified voice.||Be part of the process to identify and collaborate on priority trail connections. Work together to leverage funding and resources.|
|Participating in a “learning community” – share messaging, lessons learned, innovative ideas, best practices, data for regional trails.||Educate and engage the public and decision-makers on the benefits of a world class Regional Trails Network in the four-county Puget Sound region.|
|Develop working relationships with a growing coalition of diverse supporters of an accessible, interconnected and equitable Leafline Trails Network.||Leverage resources by working together, sharing costs, and developing partnerships. Together, we can maximize our collective impact to connect the trails network.|
Steps to becoming a Coalition member:
- To join, individuals and organizations will need to sign a pledge form saying that they will support the Mission, Vision, and Values of the Coalition and understand the duties and responsibilities of membership.
- As the Coalition framework evolves, we may consider different levels of membership for financial contributors and rules for voting with both individual and organizational members.
- But for now, sign a pledge, attend a meeting, and start advocating for an interconnected trail network!