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Mobilizing $45 million for good

Mobilizing $45 million for innovation

Ecotrust’s latest New Markets Tax Credits allocation will be invested in rural innovation across the Northwest, including clean energy, forest products mills, and Native forestry projects.

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Resilience in the homeland

Resilience in the homeland

Antone Minthorn has been a pillar of leadership for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation for 40 years.

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Fresh energy on Santa Barbara’s docks

Fresh energy on Santa Barbara’s docks

Stephanie Mutz is breathing new life into the city’s community fishing association, by creatively getting local fish to market.

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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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June 6 Ecotrust and Edible Portland invite you to Makers and Shakers, an evening of tasty bites, refreshing cocktails and summery sweets from Portland’s top caterers and micro-distilleries. RSVP now.


Want fair fish? Check out the Community Fisheries Network (CFN) and find out which fishing community is closest to you. Sign up for the CFN newsletter here.


Photos from top: Umatilla River by Shawn Linehan, Ecotrust photo of FSC-certified Warm Springs Forest Products wood, Leah Nash, Fran Collin.


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