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Community Partners

There are many amazing organizations in Portland and beyond that we would like to share with you. Some of them we partner with on a regular basis, while others we simply want to let you know exist.

We are a members of the following organizations:

logo The Intertwine Alliance
The Intertwine Alliance is a coalition of private firms, public agencies and nonprofit organizations working together to tap new sources of funding, better leverage existing investments, and more fully engage residents with the outdoors and nature.
The Nonprofit Association of Oregon
As the sector-wide network representing all Oregon nonprofits, the Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) works across the state to strengthen and connect nonprofit leaders, organizations, and the sector as a whole.
The Society of Primitive Technology
The Society of Primitive Technology is a non-profit organization dedicated to the research, practice, and teaching of primitive technology.
TheĀ Columbia Basin Basketry Guild
The purpose of the Columbia Basin Basketry Guild is to preserve, promote, and teach the art of basketry
550351_566049913428289_1233917166_n TheĀ Oregon Archaeological Society
A non-profit organization founded in 1951, OAS stresses the importance of working with professional archaeologists in the advancement of knowledge and educating the public.


These are our community partners and like-minded organizations.

Cascadia Wild

Center at Heron Hill

City Repair Project

College of Mythic Cartography


Echoes in Time

Ernie and Erica

Evol Twin Printing

First Ways

Forest Hills Black Powder Brigade

Friends of Trees

Learn Chinook Jargon

Nana Cardoon

No Ivy League

Oregon Archaeological Society

Portland Fruit Tree Project

Portland Plant Medicine

Prepare PDX

Rabbit Revolution

Sister Spirit

Toby Hemenway

Transition PDX

Urban Edibles

Urban Scout

Wild Food Adventures

Your Backyard Farmer




Hollowtop Outdoor Primitive School, LLC

Rewild Ontario

Wild Harvests

Wild Abundance