The Intertwine Alliance was formed to attract new local, regional, state, federal and private investment and to create efficiencies in the way that existing funding is used. All activities of The Intertwine Alliance are intended to achieve these two interrelated objectives, as a way to fulfill the environmental, economic equity, public health, recreation, and educational outcomes.
We are in the process of identifying key funding needs of the region’s parks and trails and developing one or more funding strategies that will be implemented in the course of the next five years. The Alliance staff is working closely with parks directors to lay the foundation for this outcome over the last several years.
Read more about the acquisition of parks, trails and natural areas here.
Outcome: We have a complete, well-maintained, multi-jurisdictional, interconnected system of neighborhood, community and regional parks, natural areas, trails, waterways, and working landscapes.