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.
FEATURE | Make your holiday shopping easier this year with eight delicious gifts from the Redd community
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
ECOTRUST UPDATE | A reflection and programmatic update from our Interim Executive Director, Olivia M. Rebanal
IN MEMORIAM | On August 5, 2022, Alan R. Parker walked on
PHOTO ESSAY | After a two year hiatus necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, we worked with partners to produce Local Link again in 2022
INTERVIEW | Pitch Latinx organizer and founder of Latino Founders, Juan Barraza, shares his hopes for Latinx entrepreneurship in the state and how Latinx-owned businesses are building intergenerational wealth.
PROGRAM UPDATE | Sustainable Northwest wins significant funding on a proposal to build the Climate Smart Wood Economy. We are excited to join a group of nonprofit and tribal partners in the Pacific Northwest on this effort
STAFF VOICES | In place of a land acknowledgement, Ecotrust staff are asking you to support Indigenous communities by taking action
ECOTRUST UPDATE | We’re excited to announce Kevin Bumatay and Olivia Rebanal as our Interim Co-Executive Directors!
PARTNER VOICES | Learn more about Michelle Week, a recipient of the 2022 Indigenous Leadership Award
PHOTO ESSAY | A photo gallery from an in-person staff and board gathering
PARTNER VOICES | Learn more about Julie Kitka who is a recipient of the 2022 Indigenous Leadership Award
STAFF VOICES | A departing message from Jeremy Barnicle, Executive Director
PARTNER VOICES | Learn more about Paul Lumley, a recipient of the 2022 Indigenous Leadership Award.
PARTNER VOICES | Learn more about Spring Alaska Schreiner, a recipient of the 2022 Indigenous Leadership Award.
Unequal distribution of climate impacts
and how tribal management is adapting on
the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
INTERVIEW | An interview with Cody Desautel about the impacts of climate change on the Tribes’ forest and economy and how they are responding to threats
INTERVIEW | Learn more about two of our board members, Jaime Arredondo and Alexandria McBride
ECOTRUST UPDATE | This spring, Ecotrust’s office is relocating from the Natural Capital Center to the Redd on Salmon Street
FEATURE | Recordings and resources for the final of four virtual briefings on Indigenous Leadership with Dave Tovey and Robert Miller presenting.
FEATURE | Recordings and resources from the second of four virtual briefings on Indigenous Leadership.
FEATURE | Recordings and resources from the first of four virtual briefings about Indigenous leadership with Bobbie Conner and Ron Allen presenting.
FEATURE | Recordings and resources from the third of four virtual briefings on Indigenous Leadership with Nicole Borromeo and Joe Nelson presenting.
PROGRAM UPDATE | USDA Under Secretary Jennifer Moffitt visited the Redd on Salmon Street to learn more about our regional food systems work
PROGRAM UPDATE | The employers and partner organizations who enrich participants’ experience are critical to the success of the Green Workforce Academy
INTERVIEW | An interview with Gabe Sheoships, the Executive Director of the Friends of Tryon Creek
INTERVIEW | A conversation with Chef Andre Uribe about his values and new business endeavor, Sustainable Meals Oregon
PARTNER VOICES | An interview with Mike Durglo, Jr., the Tribal Historic Preservation Office director for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.