Leadership in transition
ECOTRUST UPDATE | Reflecting on the lessons learned from leadership transitions.
Why we’re here
ECOTRUST UPDATE | A reflection and programmatic update from our Interim Executive Director, Olivia M. Rebanal
Announcing our interim co-executive directorship
ECOTRUST UPDATE | We’re excited to announce Kevin Bumatay and Olivia Rebanal as our Interim Co-Executive Directors!
Ecotrust’s office is moving to the Redd
ECOTRUST UPDATE | This spring, Ecotrust’s office is relocating from the Natural Capital Center to the Redd on Salmon Street
ECOTRUST UPDATE | Learn more about our new Ecotrust team members!
A note to the Ecotrust community
ECOTRUST UPDATE | A note from our departing Executive Director, Jeremy Barnicle, on his transition and what’s next.
In humble collaboration
ECOTRUST UPDATE | In humble collaboration, the Ecotrust team embarked on a strategic planning process.
Food, farms, and fire
ECOTRUST UPDATE | As farmers and food producers in our region weather an unprecedented wildfire season, we offer our support and a list of resources.
Progress in perspective
ECOTRUST UPDATE | In a series of timelines, we share examples of how our work has progressed over the past decade.
Climate threat v. climate opportunity
ECOTRUST UPDATE | With rapid adoption of forward-looking policies, we have a chance to develop a robust regional response to climate change.
Fresh connections, new opportunities
ECOTRUST UPDATE | More than 100 producers, food businesses, advocates, and buyers came together to discuss diversity and dig into the delicious details at the
Place and partnership in Southeast Alaska
ECOTRUST UPDATE | We are proud to join the Sustainable Southeast Partnership and expand our work together in Southeast Alaska.
Welcome to the Redd on Salmon Street
ECOTRUST UPDATE | With the historic renovation complete at Redd East,the two-block campus is complete and ready to host the community
2018 progress: Hard-earned gains and sparks of inspiration
ECOTRUST UPDATE | With your support, we furthered new ways of living and doing business in 2018
A taste for things to celebrate at the Huna Traditional Food Fair
PHOTO ESSAY | On September 8, 2018, more than 75 Hoonah locals headed for the Yaakw Kahidi (Canoe Shed) for the first Huna Traditional Food Fair.
Tipping the balance to more carbon storage in Pacific Northwest forests
ECOTRUST UPDATE | Our new peer-reviewed study finds additional carbon storage potential through just two components of FSC management.
Replicability takes the stage at Slow Fish San Francisco
PROGRAM UPDATE | Our head of Fisheries reports back on what she learned this year at Slow Fish San Francisco, a briny conference that brings together fish advocates from across the country to shuck, slurp, converse, and celebrate
Fresh views from Sitka Sedge
ECOTRUST UPDATE | In 2014, Ecotrust assisted in securing permanent conservation for one of Oregon’s last intact coastal estuaries. Now, our newest state park.
Guiding principles for bringing about the change we seek
ECOTRUST UPDATE | Our core values drive our decision-making, inform our strategy and more
Change starts here
ECOTRUST UPDATE | In a time of social unrest, environmental upheaval, and economic uncertainty, our mission matters more now than ever.
Taking a fresh look at frozen fish
ECOTRUST UPDATE | Ecotrust joined the OSU Food Innovation Center and Seafood Analytics to test consumer preference and quality of fresh v. frozen fish.
Wanted: Jobs, infrastructure, equity
ECOTRUST UPDATE | Everyone wants greener cities and good jobs. But not everyone has access.
Centering frontline communities
ECOTRUST UPDATE | This year, we endorsed the People’s Climate Movement to support the power shift from dominant-culture to frontline community leadership.
Forests and farms thriving together
ECOTRUST UPDATE | An all-lands management approach and deep commitment to collaboration guide business in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula
What’s new in Food and Farms
ECOTRUST UPDATE | FoodCorps moves into the Redd, we tell everyone that Farm to School Counts, and Stanford Social Innovation Review talks about our work
Rebuilding home: A story map of Sek-Wet-Se Forest
ECOTRUST UPDATE | This spring, a plan years in the making came to fruition when Ecotrust Forest Management sold 3,200 acres of forestland to the Coquille Tribe