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Mobilizing $45 million for good

More Schools Going Local at Lunch

Our efforts paid off: Oregon will put $1.2 million toward healthy, local food and garden education in schools this year.
READ how this transforms food economies »

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Resilience in the homeland

Journey Out of the Mainstream

At the Paddle to Quinault in July and August, Northwest tribes nurtured ties to each other and the region.
SEE the journey to Taholah, WA »
READ a blog from the final stop »

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Bakc to the Kitlope

Back to the Kitlope

Ecotrust's board returns to the dramatic British Columbian fjords where the organization was born.
SEE a photojournal from their trip »

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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 »


Look for the Summer 2013 issue, on shelves now!

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Tuesdays Working Theory Farm hosts a mobile farmer's market every week in the Natural Capital Center parking lot.

August 21 Join Oregon Wild for a "Wild Wednesday" evening with Congressman Earl Blumenauer, 5:30-8:00pm.


Are you looking to build connections between local food producers and school food buyers in your area? Ecotrust has assembled a toolkit to aid people and organizations in showcasing local offerings at school food trade shows. Learn more and download the toolkit here.

Photos from the top: Photo by Gary Irving of Ecotrust board and staff this summer at the Kawesas Lodge in the Kitlope Heritage Conservancy, British Columbia; Tomatoes at school by Emily Hart; Canoe at Quinault by Sam Beebe; Brim River, BC by Gary Irving.


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