Equity, Economy, Environment

Equity, Economy, Environment

Photo Credit: Saxon Richardson

Photo Credit: Saxon Richardson

Photo Credit: Saxon Richardson

Photo Credit: Saxon Richardson

Photo Credit: Saxon Richardson

Photo Credit: Saxon Richardson

Located near Sisters, Oregon, Rainshadow Organics is a full-diet farm. Along with growing nourishing food, owners Sarahlee and Ashanti are dedicated to training the next generation of land stewards through their partnership with Rogue Farm Corps.

After farming for more than 25 years, Rainshadow Organics participated in our Ag of the Middle Accelerator, connecting with a network of like-minded producers.

Located near Sisters, Oregon, Rainshadow Organics is a full-diet farm. Along with growing nourishing food, owners Sarahlee and Ashanti are dedicated to training the next generation of land stewards through their partnership with Rogue Farm Corps.

After farming for more than 25 years, Rainshadow Organics participated in our Ag of the Middle Accelerator, connecting with a network of like-minded producers.

Located near Sisters, Oregon, Rainshadow Organics is a full-diet farm offering certified organic flowers and produce, and pasture-raised meat. Along with growing nourishing food, owners Sarahlee and Ashanti are dedicated to training the next generation of land stewards through their partnership with Rogue Farm Corps.

After farming for more than 25 years, Rainshadow Organics participated in our Ag of the Middle Accelerator, bolstering their business acumen and connecting with a network of like-minded producers.

Located near Sisters, Oregon, Rainshadow Organics is a full-diet farm. Along with growing nourishing food, owners Sarahlee and Ashanti are dedicated to training the next generation of land stewards through their partnership with Rogue Farm Corps.

After farming for more than 25 years, Rainshadow Organics participated in our Ag of the Middle Accelerator, connecting with a network of like-minded producers.

Located near Sisters, Oregon, Rainshadow Organics is a full-diet farm. Along with growing nourishing food, owners Sarahlee and Ashanti are dedicated to training the next generation of land stewards through their partnership with Rogue Farm Corps.

After farming for more than 25 years, Rainshadow Organics participated in our Ag of the Middle Accelerator, connecting with a network of like-minded producers.

Located near Sisters, Oregon, Rainshadow Organics is a full-diet farm offering certified organic flowers and produce, and pasture-raised meat. Along with growing nourishing food, owners Sarahlee and Ashanti are dedicated to training the next generation of land stewards through their partnership with Rogue Farm Corps.

After farming for more than 25 years, Rainshadow Organics participated in our Ag of the Middle Accelerator, bolstering their business acumen and connecting with a network of like-minded producers.

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

Tienda De León’s locally-made tamales are featured on a school lunch tray at Beaverton’s William Walker Elementary School. Connecting big buyers, like school districts, with our region’s farmers, ranchers, and food producers is a key strategy in Ecotrust’s work to advance a healthy, sustainable food system.

Tienda De León’s locally-made tamales are featured on a school lunch tray at Beaverton’s William Walker Elementary School. Connecting big buyers, like school districts, with our region’s farmers, ranchers, and food producers is a key strategy in Ecotrust’s work to advance a healthy, sustainable food system.

Tienda De León’s locally-made tamales are featured on a school lunch tray at Beaverton’s William Walker Elementary School. Connecting big buyers, like school districts, with our region’s farmers, ranchers, and food producers is a key strategy in Ecotrust’s work to advance a healthy, sustainable food system.

Tienda De León’s locally-made tamales are featured on a school lunch tray at Beaverton’s William Walker Elementary School. Connecting big buyers, like school districts, with our region’s farmers, ranchers, and food producers is a key strategy in Ecotrust’s work to advance a healthy, sustainable food system.

Tienda De León’s locally-made tamales are featured on a school lunch tray at Beaverton’s William Walker Elementary School. Connecting big buyers, like school districts, with our region’s farmers, ranchers, and food producers is a key strategy in Ecotrust’s work to advance a healthy, sustainable food system.

Tienda De León’s locally-made tamales are featured on a school lunch tray at Beaverton’s William Walker Elementary School. Connecting big buyers, like school districts, with our region’s farmers, ranchers, and food producers is a key strategy in Ecotrust’s work to advance a healthy, sustainable food system.

MAKING CONNECTIONS

MAKING CONNECTIONS

MAKING CONNECTIONS

MAKING CONNECTIONS

MAKING CONNECTIONS

MAKING CONNECTIONS

Equity, Economy, Environment

Photo Credit: Talia Davis

Photo Credit: Talia Davis

Photo Credit: Talia Davis

Photo Credit: Talia Davis

Photo Credit: Talia Davis

Photo Credit: Talia Davis

Shawaan Jackson-Gamble is one of the 2020 field crew members for the Keex' Kwaan Community Forest Partnership, a five-year project in Kake, Alaska. In 2019, Ecotrust was invited to be part of the Alaska-based partnership, working in collaboration to reinstate the voice of Keex’ Kwaan Tlingit people as the foremost authority over their ancestral homelands.

Shawaan Jackson-Gamble is one of the 2020 field crew members for the Keex' Kwaan Community Forest Partnership, a five-year project in Kake, Alaska. In 2019, Ecotrust was invited to be part of the Alaska-based partnership, working in collaboration to reinstate the voice of Keex’ Kwaan Tlingit people as the foremost authority over their ancestral homelands.

Shawaan Jackson-Gamble is one of the 2020 field crew members for the Keex' Kwaan Community Forest Partnership, a five-year project in Kake, Alaska. In 2019, Ecotrust was invited to be part of the Alaska-based partnership, working in collaboration to reinstate the voice of Keex’ Kwaan Tlingit people as the foremost authority over their ancestral homelands.

Shawaan Jackson-Gamble is one of the 2020 field crew members for the Keex' Kwaan Community Forest Partnership, a five-year project in Kake, Alaska. In 2019, Ecotrust was invited to be part of the Alaska-based partnership, working in collaboration to reinstate the voice of Keex’ Kwaan Tlingit people as the foremost authority over their ancestral homelands.

Shawaan Jackson-Gamble is one of the 2020 field crew members for the Keex' Kwaan Community Forest Partnership, a five-year project in Kake, Alaska. In 2019, Ecotrust was invited to be part of the Alaska-based partnership, working in collaboration to reinstate the voice of Keex’ Kwaan Tlingit people as the foremost authority over their ancestral homelands.

Shawaan Jackson-Gamble is one of the 2020 field crew members for the Keex' Kwaan Community Forest Partnership, a five-year project in Kake, Alaska. In 2019, Ecotrust was invited to be part of the Alaska-based partnership, working in collaboration to reinstate the voice of Keex’ Kwaan Tlingit people as the foremost authority over their ancestral homelands.

KEEX' KWAAN COMMUNITY FOREST PARTNERSHIP

KEEX' KWAAN COMMUNITY FOREST PARTNERSHIP

KEEX' KWAAN COMMUNITY FOREST PARTNERSHIP

KEEX' KWAAN COMMUNITY FOREST PARTNERSHIP

KEEX' KWAAN COMMUNITY FOREST PARTNERSHIP

KEEX' KWAAN COMMUNITY FOREST PARTNERSHIP

Equity, Economy, Environment

Photo Credit: Bethany Goodrich

Photo Credit: Bethany Goodrich

Photo Credit: Bethany Goodrich

Photo Credit: Bethany Goodrich

Photo Credit: Bethany Goodrich

Photo Credit: Bethany Goodrich

A wild blueberry in the coastal temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska. At Ecotrust, one of our driving values is that place matters. Understanding the unique characteristics of the places we live, work, and play inspires our work and is critical to pursuing the vision of a more reliably, equitably prosperous region.

A wild blueberry in the coastal temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska. At Ecotrust, one of our driving values is that place matters. Understanding the unique characteristics of the places we live, work, and play inspires our work and is critical to pursuing the vision of a more reliably, equitably prosperous region.

A wild blueberry in the coastal temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska. At Ecotrust, one of our driving values is that place matters. Understanding the unique characteristics of the places we live, work, and play inspires our work and is critical to pursuing the vision of a more reliably, equitably prosperous region.

A wild blueberry in the coastal temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska. At Ecotrust, one of our driving values is that place matters. Understanding the unique characteristics of the places we live, work, and play inspires our work and is critical to pursuing the vision of a more reliably, equitably prosperous region.

A wild blueberry in the coastal temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska. At Ecotrust, one of our driving values is that place matters. Understanding the unique characteristics of the places we live, work, and play inspires our work and is critical to pursuing the vision of a more reliably, equitably prosperous region.

A wild blueberry in the coastal temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska. At Ecotrust, one of our driving values is that place matters. Understanding the unique characteristics of the places we live, work, and play inspires our work and is critical to pursuing the vision of a more reliably, equitably prosperous region.

PLACE MATTERS

PLACE MATTERS

PLACE MATTERS

PLACE MATTERS

PLACE MATTERS

PLACE MATTERS

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Strategic Plan

More than 100 people—including staff, board, and partners—came together to create this plan that will guide the next five years of our work.

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FROM OUR PARTNERS

Scale Your Local Catch

Our partners at the Local Catch Network are accepting applications for their virtual business development program. Small to mid-scale seafood businesses that participate in direct marketing are encouraged to apply by November 5th, 2021.

Apply now