What does it mean to be a coalition advancing nature in 2021?
Wed, Nov. 10, from 1:30 to 5 p.m.
with a social hour from noon to 1 p.m.
REGISTER by Oct. 20 for early bird pricing
This year's summit will feature a fun and inspirational social hour, a keynote presentation by Leander Lacy about "Advancing the Intersections of Climate and Social Justice," and interactive sessions on the following learning tracks:
- Houselessness & the environment - A discussion on houselessness and its impact on the environment. Deepen your understanding of what’s happening and what you can do to help your community and your environment. Help form a working group of partners for ongoing action on this complex issue.
- Regional climate adaptation - Uncover new thoughts and ideas to prepare our region for the emerging impacts of climate change. Explore how we can work together as a coalition to achieve positive impact in the climate crisis.
- Park and nature access for all - Explore readily implementable ways you can increase equity and access for your neighborhood parks and nature.
- Investing in nature - This session will explore a model for community-driven investment and budget-making.
Click through for full agenda, including session descriptions, panelists, presenters and more.
Visit the Intertwine Summit video booth to share what it means to you to be a coalition advancing nature.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
Portland General Electric
East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District
Tree for All
The Nature Conservancy
THANK YOU, SUMMIT PLANNING COMMITTEE!
This year's summit is being planned and co-hosted by a committee of 17 Intertwine Alliance partners.