Workshops on soil health for Black, Indigenous and People of Color
Our business development program designed for small to mid-size food producers
We explore how community-centered management, operationalized by a unique financial model, can lead the way toward climate resilience.
Working with partners across Oregon to champion farm to school legislation
Maps have always been at the heart of Ecotrust’s work to better connect people to the places they live.
Cities are an integral part of nature. The Bullitt Center demonstrates this principle by blurring the lines between buildings and nature, and giving back more of nature’s benefits than it consumes.
Tools and technology to help forest and land managers make decisions
Matching Yakama Nation Tribal School and Heritage University students throughout an Indigenous Forestry online course
Bringing together partners with from economic, natural resource management, research, and education backgrounds to address urban and community tribal forestry workforce needs
Mobilizing New Markets Tax Credits for projects that strengthen climate resilience, intergenerational wealth-building, and lands and waters stewardship.
Actionable data to facilitate market connections for climate-smart wood producers
A paid opportunity for Black, Native, and people of color in Portland who want to learn more about jobs in the green economy.
Supporting American Farmland Trust in providing training for agricultural service providers on systemic barriers to land access and tools for choosing creative land access models
A series of educational webinars that examine the impact of Indigenous leadership and leaders
Online food hub connecting Southeast Alaska food producers and local consumers.
Cataloging, sharing, and visualizing ocean data and trends on the West Coast
Supporting Alaska Native sovereignty through the development of sustainable ocean farming
Bringing together a growing network committed to building thriving local economies, vibrant urban and rural communities, and equitable access to good food
Partnering with Tribes to improve the digital continuity of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge
Connecting BIPOC-owned food businesses with hospital food buyers ready to go local
Working with a statewide network to support farm to school programming in Oregon
Nourishing and educating children ages 0-5 in the garden, at the table, and in the classroom
A celebration of the determination, wisdom, and continuum of Indigenous leadership across the region.
Building broadly shared, intergenerational wealth with our region’s communities
Community-based approaches to understanding the outcomes of California Marine Protected Areas
A training program for farmers and producers who are Black, African, Indigenous, and people of color in the Portland Metro area
A cohort-based program designed for aspiring and experienced leaders of color working to build equitable, climate-resilient food systems