Cities are becoming more and more populated. The influx of new residents and visitors is vastly outgrowing municipal capacities and their ability to meet basic mobility needs. Citifyd helps reduce the stress and costs associated with urban mobility. By integrating services for commuters, transportation and parking providers, as well as surrounding businesses, Citifyd brings a previously disjointed ecosystem together as one seamless solution.
Ziba engages with the curious, the courageous, and all those facing competitive business threats. They use sophisticated research tools to help companies and organizations identify new market opportunities, solve for future competitive threats; research, design, prototype, produce and test physical and digital products; and find deeper ways to connect their customers by identifying their unique brand promise.
Schoolhouse Electric is a modern lifestyle brand driven by the belief that something worth owning now is worth owning forever. From iconic lighting and furniture to analog clocks and domestic utility goods, their aim is to create the next generation of heirlooms. Along with their own originals, Schoolhouse is proud to collaborate with other talented makers, artists and craftspeople outside their walls to offer an eclectic assortment of quality, one-of-a-kind goods with stories of their own.
Nels and Sarah help companies rethink the basics. Whether it's hiring, culture, strategy or storytelling, we lead teams and individuals through complex situations with strong and steady guidance. So that impossible can become possible, and apathy can transform into excitement.
- Strategic formation and implementation - Business model and value proposition development - Profit and loss management - Organizational stories that create impact and extend brands
The Rural Engagement & Vitality Center (REV) REV is a new partnership between the community of La Grande in Eastern Oregon and Eastern Oregon University (EOU) with the goal of matching university students to community needs and available jobs. The program aims to deepen and cultivate relationships that will activate the community and support healthy workforce growth.
Integrated Biomass Resources (IBR) IBR is a restoration forestry innovator that converts small diameter trees and woody biomass byproducts into useful products like poles, firewood, and chips. Over nearly ten years, IBR has refined its processing campus and residual waste model into a viable manufacturing business, while also developing an essential role in both the rural economy and regional conservation efforts.
The majestic forests and rolling farmland of Oregon's North Coast range are sewn together by a historic passage known today as the Salmonberry Corridor. This scenic rural route was once home to the Pacific Railway and Navigation rail line that connected the fertile valleys and windswept beaches of Tillamook County with the marketplace of Portland and the northern Willamette Valley.
One North is a neighborhood development project with a clear set of values that prioritizes community, environment, and resiliency. With the collaboration of several developers, One North comprises three commercial buildings on a previously vacant brownfield site in Portland, Oregon.
The buildings at One North are designed around a 14,000 sf public courtyard, which both building tenants and neighborhood community groups use for work, play, connection, and communication.
tillamook forest heritage trust
The Tillamook Forest Heritage Trust serves as catalyst for partnerships in support of the Tillamook Forest Center and the development of tools and experiences that help Oregonians better appreciate The Tillamook State Forest and all of Oregon’s State-owned forests.
Leaders from forest products, environment, education and recreation communities, as well as past and present political leadership from both parties, are active in the Trust because they believe in the legacy of the Tillamook Burn and Tillamook Forest.
The Trust is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
wallowa lake moraine
The East, West and Terminal moraines of Wallowa Lake are the ancient glacial land formations that surround the water. Their pristine condition is in large part due to the continued stewardship of the landowners and surrounding community. Efforts to preserve and protect this land are an ongoing and meaningful effort for the Wallowa Region.
fern bottom farm
Fern Bottom Farm is an 80 acre timber farm that has been in the Gabbert family for over 100 years. Located forty miles west of Portland, it’s bisected by Beaver Creek with a few acres of flat land. Its landscape is mostly hill country with stands of fir, alder, and maple.
joseph and halfway
This area of Northeast Oregon is a place of wonder, good friends, and an engaging community. Eileen and Nels have a place in the country just outside Joseph. With good spots for chairs, visitors come to enjoy the view of the mountains, and listen for the birds. When the Loop Road is open Eileen and Nels visit with their friends Raz and Louise, and the llamas, in Halfway.
Nels constructs buildings that are distinctive, functional, and incorporate the latest standards of sustainability. As a managing member at Pettigrove Venture, he has partnered with Lindley Morton to develop a wide range of unique retrofits and new construction.
Cycle Oregon is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming individuals and communities through bicycling. Proceeds from their annual ride go to the Cycle Oregon Fund, which helps preserve and protect the special places of Oregon and supports community development projects in the regions through which they ride.
Morrison Child & Family Services
Morrison Child & Family Services is a non-profit organization that delivers specialized services to children, from birth through age 18, and families coping with adversity and trauma.