Introducing Leafline, a coalition to connect Puget Sound by trail

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:

To learn how you can help realize an interconnected trails network, and be the first to know about upcoming Leafline meetings, please join our email list.

2 thoughts on “Introducing Leafline, a coalition to connect Puget Sound by trail

  1. Ability to travel bantam weight, self powered over distances far and scenic proves to be a joyful lifestyle.

    The transition zones at greenspace trails to suburbia and business districts needs a name, and consideration for trail user services.

    Anticipating encroachment mitigation from changing wildlife and human transit, noting consequence to these trailhead areas adjoining populated neighborhoods is ultimately as important as golden spiking trails together for desired benefits to arrive.

    Standard washup and sanitation stations, maintained, please, place them at strategic locations in the plan for project acceptance and community benefit.

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