"Working along with natural principles of development, expansion, sustainability, and correction, people can create economies that are more reliably prosperous than those we have now, and that are also more harmonious with the rest of nature."
Please enjoy this quarterly news update from Ecotrust.
WINNERS: Our whole watershed restoration film contest awards $4,100
BOOK: Our founder's book, Cache: Creating Natural Economies, is nearly here
BLOG: Our Real Climate Economics experts tackle the thorny issues
INDULGE: Portland's favorite farm-to-school benefit is this Thursday
REPORT: Environmental economists consider No State Left Behind
OZ: Ecotrust Australia is open for business
FOODHUB: Our regional food venture serves its second helping
NEWS: GMO salmon, restoration, FoodHub, CSAs, Copper River, ecoroof
RESOLVE: MarineMap wins award for innovation in conflict resolution
DONATE: Help us innovate, create jobs and protect nature
EDIBLE: The newest edition of Portland's favorite food magazine is here
RELIABLE: Our one-page map envisions reliable prosperity
SALMON: Experts track the status of salmon and steelhead recovery
FAIR: Our how-to paper looks at a fair future for America's ports
INDIGENOUS: Please join us for our annual indigenous leadership ceremony
PROOF: Ecotrust Canada unveils its groundbreaking book, Living Proof
CONSULT: Do you know that we consult? Economic planning, GIS, comms…
SHOP: Buy great fall gear from NAU and support Ecotrust
ECOTROPE: We are bioregional, and so is OBP's cool new news service
BEAUTIFUL: If you haven't seen Red Gold yet, please do — it's beautiful
ABOUT ECOTRUST: Ecotrust innovates, invests and inspires in ways that create reliable prosperity. Ecotrust's role is to serve as a think-tank that identifies deep innovation, and then it seeks to turn those ideas into proof-of-concept realities. For nearly 20 years, Ecotrust has used this approach to convert $60 million in grants into more than $300 million in capital for local people, businesses, and organizations from Alaska to California. More on the Web at www.ecotrust.org.
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