PO Box 6582, Portland OR 97228 info@rewildportland.com 503.863.8462
Support Rewild

Annual Silent Auction

Friday, April 26, 2019 • 6:00 pm–9:30 pm (auction closes at 8:30 pm, winners must be present) 

$10–$50 suggested donation, no one turned away

Ecotrust Natural Capital Center

721 NW 9th Ave, Portland, OR 97209


The Rewild Portland Silent Auction is our biggest fundraiser of the year. Enjoy a fun night out, find amazing deals on phenomenal auction items, and support our cause in the process! All proceeds support Rewild Portland programs and help get more folks of all ages and walks of life outdoors, using their hands, and connecting more deeply with place, self, and community.

Event Activities

As you arrive, help yourself to snacks and a Ground Breaker gluten-free beer, Reverend Nat’s hard cider, or Oregonic Tonic kombucha, and enjoy the evening’s events:

Presentation (7 pm)

At 7 pm, Dr. Deana Dartt will give a talk titled “Indigenizing Community Rewilding Practice: Meaningful Engagement with the Land, Its History, and Its People.” Deana is a member of the Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation, former Curator of Native American Art at the Portland Art Museum, and founder of Live Oak Museum Consulting in Eugene, an organization committed to reshaping museum narratives and assisting institutions in their efforts to be more accountable and responsive to Native communities. Q&A to follow.

Silent Auction (6 pm–8:30 pm)

Hands down, our silent auction is the best shopping opportunity in town. Find amazing deals on amazing items while simultaneously helping fund programs like Rewild Portland’s Free Skills Series. Auction items run the gamut from handcrafted tools to native plants and seeds, massages and spa services, wildcrafted herbal tinctures, locally made chocolates, freshly roasted coffee beans, Portland-made spirits, children’s games and toys, Oregon field guides, handmade jewelry and art, theater tickets, and much more! Many auction items are one-of-a-kind and locally made. Stay tuned for our expanding list of donors below. And don’t forget to bring a credit card or checkbook—all winnings must be paid for at the end of the event.

Ancestral Skills Demos (ongoing)

Throughout the evening, volunteers will demonstrate some of the skills that we teach in our classes, such as basket weaving and stone tool making.

 

 


Auction Items & Support

Thank you to the individuals and businesses who are generously donating items for our silent auction—we are so grateful for your support! Below is an ever-expanding list of these donors. We encourage all our attendees to learn more about them and support their business as well. We couldn’t do what we do at Rewild Portland without their generosity. If you would like to make a donation to this year’s auction, please contact us at info@rewildportland.com, and thank you!

A Perfect Day Publishing

AK Press

Alba Arguello Art

Alberta Co-op

Alder Creek Kayak

Amelia

Annie Bloom’s Book

ArborBrook Vineyards

Artichoke Music

Artistic Bliss Portraits

Artists Repertory Theater

Back to Eden

Bee Lucia Wellness

Big Dipper Wax Works

Bishops Barbershp

Blossom and Burr

Bolt Fabric Boutique

Botica Botanica

Breitenbush Hot Springs

Brew Dr. Kombucha

Brown Bear Herbs

Café Mam/ Royal Blue Organics

Candy Apothecary

Canteen

Caravan: The Tiny House Hotel

Cascadia Now!

Chelsea Green

Chickadee Apothecary

Cinema 21

Circus Project

Columbia Basin Basketry Guild

Cosmic Monkey Comics

Coyote Pistol

Craigmore Creations

CrossFit Stumptown

Dan Daly

Darcelle XV

Darn Good Yarn

Dennis Torresdal

Department of Everyday

Detritus Books

Double Darn

Estratto Chocolates

Felted Antlers

Float On

Fullerton Wines

Garden Fever

Glam Goddess B

Golden Marionette

Great Northwest Design

Green Bean Books

Ground Breaker Brewing

Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade

Guardian Games

Healing Earth

Heidi Schulz

Herbal Chest

Herbucha

Hood River Distillers

HopsPress/Tom Elpel

Iron and Twine

Jackbird Arts

John Kallas/Wild Food Adventures

Learning Herbs

Lip Spell

Little Gold Fox Design

Local Woodsman

Lone Pine Publishing

Loop Jewelry

Lupa Greenwolf

Mad Platters

Madeline Cole

Mandy Stignant Ceramics

Me Too Studio

Mickelberry Gardens

Mimosa Studios

Mindy Fitch

Mississippi Pizza

MobCycle

Modern Domestic

Mossy Elk

Mountain Rose Herbs

Mud Bay

New Deal Distillery

New Seasons

Nicholas Tomihama

North Spore

Northwest Children’s Theater

Northwest Wools

Nossa Familia

NW Ferments

Oaks Park Roller Rink

Olander Earthworks

OmBase Yoga Studio

OMSI

OOAKFORGE

Oregon Symphony

Oregonic Tonic

Orion Magazine

Permaculture Design magazine

Pixel Occult

Planet Granite

Pok Pok Som

Pollen Man

¿Por Qué No?

Portland Japanese Garden

Portland Leather

Portland Nursery

Portland Paleo

Portland Plant Medicine Gathering

Portlandrea

Primrose Apothecary

Proletariat Butchery

Rebuilding Center

Reclaimed Wool

Red Oak Adventures

Red Turtle Plant Spirit

Resilience Design

Resilience Permaculture

Reverend Nat’s Cider

Revive Bodywork

SA Plunkett Naturals

Sake One

Sasha Burchuk

Scout Books

Seagrape

Seed-Balls.com

Sock Dreams

StuStuStudio/Allie B. Studios

Tai Vautier Jewelry

The Bernandos

The Pigeon Letters

Tia Henderson

Timber Press

Tom Prang

Tony Furtado

Townshend’s Distillery

Traditional Medicinals

Urban Cheesecraft

Urban Nomad Weaving

Village Video

Vinn Distillery

Viscount Dance Studio

Warby Parker Do Good Arcade

Westward Whiskey

Winslow Food Forest

Xylographilia

Yoga Union Community Wellness Center

YoYoYogi

[Stay tuned! More to come]

About Rewild Portland

Rewild Portland is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Our mission is to create cultural and environmental resilience through the education of earth-based arts, technology, and traditions. This mission comes to life in the form of educational workshops and programs, community-building events, and ecological restoration. We offer a range of programs, from free monthly classes and community-building events to children’s summer camps and adult workshops. We are supported through fundraising events, individual donations, and program fees. Because we are a nonprofit, we keep our program fees low and offer free classes once a month. [Learn More]