We’re a collaborative nonprofit, working with community members and organizations to amplify our vision of an equitable, prosperous, and climate-smart future.
Meet our network of partners
We work with a diverse partner network to build community-based solutions and co-create change from Southeast Alaska to Northern California.
Many of our projects are done in collaboration with people and organizations across our region and beyond. Our project partners include volunteers, board members, staff, nonprofits, businesses, and government agencies, just to list a few.
Partners of our Institutional Purchasing Pathways program: Kyle Robb, Tyrell Comeaux, and Nina Narh from Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital with Amber Hansen, regional program manager at Health Care Without Harm. Photo credit: FLI Social
Our board member Robert Friedman (left) with Jon Bonkoski, Knowledge Systems Program Director. Photo credit: Sean Gutierrez
The generous support of our partner network helps Ecotrust engage in projects that catalyze the change we wish to see. Our funding partners include monthly and annual donors, impact investors, philanthropic grant-makers, event sponsors, and more.
We cultivate resources and spaces that welcome frontline communities and their visionary solutions. Our community partners include a vast network of program participants, mission-aligned businesses, vendors, tenants, and many others.
Fellows of the Viviane Barnett Fellowship for Food System Leaders. Top row: Alisha Howard; Nyanga Uuka (facilitator); esperanza spalding; Herbert Young; joemil r. santos. Bottom row: Punneh Abdolhosseini; Insa Evans; Mick Rose; Aaron Vargas, Program Director of Food Systems Equity; Sabrina Cerquera, Food Equity Coordinator. Photo credit: Jason Hill
Get our partner newsletter
Make an investment
Sponsor an event
Apply for a Community Grant
See jobs, program opportunities, & more
The work that Ecotrust has accomplished this year is, yet again, amazing. Negativity seems to be the inspiration for most headlines these days, but after reading what Ecotrust has been doing this past year, it gives me and my family hope. The path that was set in the 2021 Strategic Plan is inspirational, and despite those somewhat dire headlines, the organization continues to be doing important, creative, and inclusive work.
—Zabette Macomber of Sheep Meadow Foundation