Equity, Economy, Environment

Equity, Economy, Environment

Photo Credit: Michelle Pearl Gee

Photo Credit: Michelle Pearl Gee

Photo Credit: Michelle Pearl Gee

Photo Credit: Michelle Pearl Gee

Photo Credit: Michelle Pearl Gee

Photo Credit: Michelle Pearl Gee

During a field training with Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership and The Blueprint Foundation, Green Workforce Academy participants canoe through a slough at Kelley Point, Portland, OR.

During a field training with Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership and The Blueprint Foundation, Green Workforce Academy participants canoe through a slough at Kelley Point, Portland, OR.

During a field training with Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership and The Blueprint Foundation, Green Workforce Academy participants canoe through a slough at Kelley Point, Portland, OR.

During a field training with Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership and The Blueprint Foundation, Green Workforce Academy participants canoe through a slough at Kelley Point, Portland, OR.

During a field training with Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership and The Blueprint Foundation, Green Workforce Academy participants canoe through a slough at Kelley Point, Portland, OR.

During a field training with Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership and The Blueprint Foundation, Green Workforce Academy participants canoe through a slough at Kelley Point, Portland, OR.

A NEW GENERATION OF LAND STEWARDS

A NEW GENERATION OF LAND STEWARDS

A NEW GENERATION OF LAND STEWARDS

A NEW GENERATION OF LAND STEWARDS

A NEW GENERATION OF LAND STEWARDS

A NEW GENERATION OF LAND STEWARDS

Equity, Economy, Environment

Photo Credit: Stephanie Gutierrez

Photo Credit: Stephanie Gutierrez

Photo Credit: Stephanie Gutierrez

Photo Credit: Stephanie Gutierrez

Photo Credit: Stephanie Gutierrez

Photo Credit: Stephanie Gutierrez

For many Tribes, forests are both a cultural and economic resource; places to recreate and practice traditions; they are classrooms, livelihoods, and jobs. While opportunities in tribal forestry are growing, the current natural resource management workforce is aging, highlighting the need for training and engaging current and future generations in the sector.

For many Tribes, forests are both a cultural and economic resource; places to recreate and practice traditions; they are classrooms, livelihoods, and jobs. While opportunities in tribal forestry are growing, the current natural resource management workforce is aging, highlighting the need for training and engaging current and future generations in the sector.

For many Tribes, forests are both a cultural and economic resource; places to recreate and practice traditions; they are classrooms, livelihoods, and jobs. While opportunities in tribal forestry are growing, the current natural resource management workforce is aging, highlighting the need for training and engaging current and future generations in the sector.

For many Tribes, forests are both a cultural and economic resource; places to recreate and practice traditions; they are classrooms, livelihoods, and jobs. While opportunities in tribal forestry are growing, the current natural resource management workforce is aging, highlighting the need for training and engaging current and future generations in the sector.

For many Tribes, forests are both a cultural and economic resource; places to recreate and practice traditions; they are classrooms, livelihoods, and jobs. While opportunities in tribal forestry are growing, the current natural resource management workforce is aging, highlighting the need for training and engaging current and future generations in the sector.

For many Tribes, forests are both a cultural and economic resource; places to recreate and practice traditions; they are classrooms, livelihoods, and jobs. While opportunities in tribal forestry are growing, the current natural resource management workforce is aging, highlighting the need for training and engaging current and future generations in the sector.

TRIBAL FORESTRY

TRIBAL FORESTRY

TRIBAL FORESTRY

TRIBAL FORESTRY

TRIBAL FORESTRY

TRIBAL FORESTRY

Equity, Economy, Environment

Photo Credit: Kelsey & Shaun Boyte

Photo Credit: Kelsey & Shaun Boyte

Photo Credit: Kelsey & Shaun Boyte

Photo Credit: Kelsey & Shaun Boyte

Photo Credit: Kelsey & Shaun Boyte

Photo Credit: Kelsey & Shaun Boyte

Drifters Fish, a 2019-20 participant in our Accelerator program, is a Community Supported Fishery from Cordova, Alaska, specializing in wild Copper River and Prince William Sound wild salmon. Each fish is hand-picked and delivered by Nelly and Michael Hand, ensuring quality from sea to table.

Drifters Fish, a 2019-20 participant in our Accelerator program, is a Community Supported Fishery from Cordova, Alaska, specializing in wild Copper River and Prince William Sound wild salmon. Each fish is hand-picked and delivered by Nelly and Michael Hand, ensuring quality from sea to table.

Drifters Fish, a 2019-20 participant in our Accelerator program, is a Community Supported Fishery from Cordova, Alaska, specializing in wild Copper River and Prince William Sound wild salmon. Each fish is hand-picked and delivered by Nelly and Michael Hand, ensuring quality from sea to table.

Drifters Fish, a 2019-20 participant in our Accelerator program, is a Community Supported Fishery from Cordova, Alaska, specializing in wild Copper River and Prince William Sound wild salmon. Each fish is hand-picked and delivered by Nelly and Michael Hand, ensuring quality from sea to table.

Drifters Fish, a 2019-20 participant in our Accelerator program, is a Community Supported Fishery from Cordova, Alaska, specializing in wild Copper River and Prince William Sound wild salmon. Each fish is hand-picked and delivered by Nelly and Michael Hand, ensuring quality from sea to table.

Drifters Fish, a 2019-20 participant in our Accelerator program, is a Community Supported Fishery from Cordova, Alaska, specializing in wild Copper River and Prince William Sound wild salmon. Each fish is hand-picked and delivered by Nelly and Michael Hand, ensuring quality from sea to table.

AG OF THE MIDDLE ACCELERATOR

AG OF THE MIDDLE ACCELERATOR

AG OF THE MIDDLE ACCELERATOR

AG OF THE MIDDLE ACCELERATOR

AG OF THE MIDDLE ACCELERATOR

AG OF THE MIDDLE ACCELERATOR

Equity, Economy, Environment

Photo credit: Shawn Linehan

Photo credit: Shawn Linehan

Photo credit: Shawn Linehan

Photo credit: Shawn Linehan

Photo credit: Shawn Linehan

Photo credit: Shawn Linehan

The Oregon Harvest for Schools Directory connects Oregon food producers with schools and early care sites. Our aim is for Oregon school food to reflect the cultural and racial diversity of Oregon students, act as a catalyst for community health, and be a critical hub for re-imaging the food system. Visit the directory at directory.oregonharvestforschools.com.

The Oregon Harvest for Schools Directory connects Oregon food producers with schools and early care sites. Our aim is for Oregon school food to reflect the cultural and racial diversity of Oregon students, act as a catalyst for community health, and be a critical hub for re-imaging the food system. Visit the directory at directory.oregonharvestforschools.com.

The Oregon Harvest for Schools Directory connects Oregon food producers with schools and early care sites. Our aim is for Oregon school food to reflect the cultural and racial diversity of Oregon students, act as a catalyst for community health, and be a critical hub for re-imaging the food system. Visit the directory at directory.oregonharvestforschools.com.

The Oregon Harvest for Schools Directory connects Oregon food producers with schools and early care sites. Our aim is for Oregon school food to reflect the cultural and racial diversity of Oregon students, act as a catalyst for community health, and be a critical hub for re-imaging the food system. Visit the directory at directory.oregonharvestforschools.com.

The Oregon Harvest for Schools Directory connects Oregon food producers with schools and early care sites. Our aim is for Oregon school food to reflect the cultural and racial diversity of Oregon students, act as a catalyst for community health, and be a critical hub for re-imaging the food system. Visit the directory at directory.oregonharvestforschools.com.

The Oregon Harvest for Schools Directory connects Oregon food producers with schools and early care sites. Our aim is for Oregon school food to reflect the cultural and racial diversity of Oregon students, act as a catalyst for community health, and be a critical hub for re-imaging the food system. Visit the directory at directory.oregonharvestforschools.com.

PLACE MATTERS

REIMAGINING FOOD SYSTEMS

REIMAGINING FOOD SYSTEMS

REIMAGINING FOOD SYSTEMS

REIMAGINING FOOD SYSTEMS

REIMAGINING FOOD SYSTEMS

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Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits

NMTC Investments in Fight Against Climate Change

"We’re not just looking to check boxes on green features. We’re looking at what sustainability means for the long term.” —Sara Pietka, Director of Community Investments at Ecotrust

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