Corine Pearce, Master Weaver, Pomo

PARTNER VOICES | Learn more about Corine Pearce, who is honored with a 2023 Indigenous Leadership Award as a master artist in basketry.

Passing the mic

Woman dip net fishing in a river

PARTNER VOICES | Rural Reporting Fellow Bethany Goodrich shares how community care, reciprocity, and centering Indigenous voices guide her storytelling.

Ground Up graduates from the Redd

Two women, both wear aprons and holding jars of nut butter, turn toward each other with big smiles. They are standing in front of a brick wall painted red.

PARTNER VOICES | Ground Up reaches their goal of moving to their own space and reflects on the positive impact of the Redd on Salmon for their small business

A legacy of restoration, in living color

Jesse Beers (wearing a woven hat and dark blue sweatshirt) of the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians walks on a floating island on Tahkenitch Lake.

PARTNER VOICES | After more than 20 years of working together to restore their watershed, the Siuslaw Watershed Council enlists our team to help share their story

Umi noodles go to lunch

PARTNER VOICES | Lola Milholland of Umi Organics shares the story of how she made her organic yakisoba noodles school lunchroom-ready.

Nourishing community at the Redd

A man speaks to a group of people gathered in a warehouse.

PARTNER VOICES | As a tenant of Redd on Salmon Street, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church found a solution for their food distribution challenges

Impact through community

PARTNER VOICES | Ecotrust’s Events team is proud to announce our 2018 Community Grant Awardees

From land and sea to chef and table

PARTNER VOICES |Nate Rispler of Wilder Land & Sea reflects on his experience at the Redd and how he helped launch Portland’s signature meat and seafood distribution company.

Better than best: Betsy’s Bar None

PARTNER VOICES | Redd tenant Betsy Langton shares her experiences as a first-time businesswoman and the inspiration that launched her product.

Don’t call it climate change

An older white man speaks at a podium to a small crowd of seated adults

PARTNER VOICES | On Thursday, April 20, we welcomed best-selling author, environmentalist, entrepreneur, and climate advocate Paul Hawken to present Drawdown

Following cultural lifeways

A person stands at a wooden podium reading a poem into a microphone

PARTNER VOICES | Oregon Poet Laureate and former Ecotruster, Liz Woody, shared this poem at our 25th anniversary celebration – Roots at the Redd

Elizabeth Woody, Oregon’s Voice

Portrait of a person wearing a red shawl and beaded necklace over a black tunic

PARTNER VOICES | Elizabeth Woody, formerly of Ecotrust, will focus her tenure as Oregon’s first Native American Poet Laureate on rural communities