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Katie Gavares (They/She), The Intertwine Alliance
50:52
Katie Gavares (They/She)- Bee Keeper
Katherine Rose (she/her) Mazamas
51:10
Flower farmer :)
Julie Fonseca de Borges (she/her) NPS-RTCA
51:13
poet woodworker
Taryn Lenert (they/them)
51:17
I'd love to have my own little farm/sanctuary :)
Tara Wilkinson (she/her), The Intertwine Alliance
51:20
I would snorkel all day long.
Gabrielle Brown (she/her/Mrs.) | Metro
51:27
Gabrielle Brown (she/her): professional traveler, flaneuse
Kristin Bowling (she/her)
51:31
Yasss Tara!
Veronica Cuyun (she/her)
51:40
Traveling the world to learn about snake research!
Kimberly Howard Wade
51:43
author-consultant
Bailey Cain (she/her)
51:45
Somehow become elderly and British and solve mysteries in my tiny village
Natalie Bennon
51:55
I would learn carpentry and build things.
Hannah Buehler
51:58
Id walk or roller blade across the country
Fran OREGON (she/her)
51:59
I'm doing it!! I've been retired for 20 years and volunteering to save habitat and now existing trees. So awesome to help my neighbors learn new facts about the world around us!
Ashley Short (she/her) Tualatin Riverkeepers
52:00
Ashley (she/her) I would be a professional reader (aka read all the books)
Jaspreet Chahal (she/ her) THPRD
52:05
storyteller animator
Emily Kitali (she/her)
52:07
I would move to Australia and volunteer at the Australia zoo wildlife hospital! :)
WM Jackie Lang
52:14
fulltime as a CASA and biking every other minute of my life
Brendan White - FWS
52:17
Traveling food critic/tester!
Erica Espinoza
52:18
rescue dogs
Alyssa Chen (she/her)
52:20
rosemary bread baker:)
Jan Wilson (she/her)
52:44
Loved Bailey's response too!
Alexis Barton (she/her)
52:53
These are all awesome!
Sunrise O'Mahoney she/her Watershed Alliance
56:07
can take a photo with phone
Tara Wilkinson (she/her), The Intertwine Alliance
01:20:57
Thank you, Preston!
Julie Fonseca de Borges (she/her) NPS-RTCA
01:21:11
Yes, thanks Preston!
Hannah Schafer (she/her) PBOT
01:22:58
"access is not a big enough word" --- love this, so true.
WM Jackie Lang
01:23:30
Outstanding report, Bailey!
Katie Gavares (They/She), The Intertwine Alliance
01:23:47
Thank you Bailey!
Bailey Cain (she/her)
01:23:57
Thank you, everyone! It was a great conversation
Kristin Bowling (she/her)
01:24:52
LOVE THAT!
Julie Fonseca de Borges (she/her) NPS-RTCA
01:25:00
Yes, love that!
WM Jackie Lang
01:25:23
"Being avaialable does not mean being accessible"
Tara Wilkinson (she/her), The Intertwine Alliance
01:26:05
Awesome, Rachel.
Sarah Gray (she/her) US Fish and Wildlife Service
01:26:08
Thanks, Rachel! Well done.
Katie Gavares (They/She), The Intertwine Alliance
01:26:17
Thanks Rachel!
Kristin Bowling (she/her)
01:27:27
So true, Ellie. Braille as well.
Georgena Moran (she/her)
01:28:54
Tactile signage in maps or braille is important as well.
Jane Tesner Kleiner, Lower Columbia Nature Network
01:28:59
Yes! Thanks Ellie
Eric Butler
01:29:05
Connectivity is a critical part of access
WM Jackie Lang
01:29:06
Well said Ellie!
Bailey Cain (she/her)
01:29:08
Thank you, Ellie!
Tara Wilkinson (she/her), The Intertwine Alliance
01:29:12
Yes, thank you for sharing, Ellie.
Veronica Cuyun (she/her)
01:29:17
Thank you Ellie!
Kimberly Howard Wade | PGE (she/her)
01:29:25
^^
Katie Gavares (They/She), The Intertwine Alliance
01:32:36
Thank you Taryn!
Tara Wilkinson (she/her), The Intertwine Alliance
01:32:40
Thank you, Taryn! I love the idea of thinking more about water trails.
Taryn Lenert (they/them)
01:33:02
Of course! :) Great conversation.
Hannah Buehler
01:34:40
That's a great point! Thank you Natalie
Georgena Moran (she/her)
01:34:47
Yes, Taryn! Coalition building! I can imagine working with many of those of you here to further Access for All in natural areas.
Katie Gavares (They/She), The Intertwine Alliance
01:35:48
Thank you Natalie!
Tara Wilkinson (she/her), The Intertwine Alliance
01:36:02
Fantastic report-out Natalie. Thank you for sharing.
Tara Wilkinson (she/her), The Intertwine Alliance
01:37:49
Thanks for sharing for our group, Alexis!
Katie Gavares (They/She), The Intertwine Alliance
01:38:00
Thank you, Alexis!!
Rachel Coker, City of Ridgefield
01:38:23
Great job everyone! Great points. I love hearing the overlaps and knowing we're all in a shared mindspace!
WM Jackie Lang
01:38:33
TY Alexis. Are you still with Tryon Creek WC?
Alexis Barton (she/her)
01:38:59
I am! Will send you a chat directly :)
Janelle St. Pierre (she/her), Clean Water Services
01:39:43
Very cool graphic!
Debbie Timmins (Access Recreation)
01:40:00
Well done.
Taryn Lenert (they/them)
01:40:05
Loved this! :)
Eric Butler
01:40:07
"Canooning" -- great new word! Taking an hour lunch break to get out on the river 🙂
Georgena Moran (she/her)
01:40:08
Also, people with disabilities, and people of all races and genders to be at the design and maintenance tables.
Jane Tesner Kleiner, Lower Columbia Nature Network
01:40:34
Yes, Georgena!!!
Taryn Lenert (they/them)
01:40:36
Agreed, Georgena :)
Tara Wilkinson (she/her), The Intertwine Alliance
01:40:40
Love this, Karen and Nicole. Thank you so, so much.
Marc Peters, BES (He/Him)
01:40:42
thank you Karen & Nicole!
Antonia Machado (she/her) Metro
01:40:44
Thank you Karen and Nicole!
Alexis Barton (she/her)
01:40:48
This was so great, thank you!!
Ellie Taylor (She/Her)
01:40:48
Total agreement there, Georgena.
Natalie Bennon (she/her) Gard Communications
01:40:59
Thank you everyone!
Katie Gavares (They/She), The Intertwine Alliance
01:40:59
Thank you Nicole & Karen!!
Kelley Deas
01:41:03
Thank you!
Katie Gavares (They/She), The Intertwine Alliance
01:41:04
Wonderful to connect with you all!