Best for the World

Best for the World

Ecotrust Forest Management is named one of the world’s top B Corporations, which are setting the standard for social and environmental impact.

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Collaborations for Cause

Collaborations for Cause

Artists and nonprofits converge on the Natural Capital Center next week for a two-day workshop on the future of storytelling.

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Do the Math!

Do the Math!

Join us on Earth Day Eve, 4/21, to watch Bill McKibben and’s film of their recent Do the Math tour.

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Ecotrust’s mission is to foster a natural model of development to create more resilient communities, economies, and ecosystems. Learn more —›

Spring issue out now!

Look for the Spring 2013 issue of Edible Portland magazine, on shelves now!

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April 20: Fiesta of Hope at Tuality Education Center in Hillsboro benefits Ecotrust partner Adelante Mujeres. Enjoy live Latin music, food, drinks, an auction, and learn more about Adelante programs.

April 25: Join an evening benefit for Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, a scrappy, 30-year-old organization that helps mountain communities make a just transition from mining economies. Enjoy Southern hospitality short of dinner.

May 2: Explore whole grain flavors through a raucous game of Blind-Tasting Bingo with Kim Boyce, former Spago and Campanile pastry chef who wrote the James Beard Award-winning cookbook Good to the Grain.

May 3: Opening reception for Particles on the Wall exhibit, which includes works by notable writers and artists such as Sherman Alexie and Kathleen Flenniken, Poet Laureate of Washington State.

Photos from top: Matt Black, Matt Black, Nancy Battaglia/


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