The following business partners have been very supportive of our work
Oregon Tradeswomen Inc (OTI)– OTI teaches women the trades and in doing so, they build things for local non-profits like us! If you need help getting something built, contact OTI and see how to get your project onto their schedule. Oh ya, and you must check out their new video!
North Portland Tool Library- The North Portland Tool Library (NPTL) is a community resource dedicated to building community and fostering sustainability by providing residents with tools and the power to use them. We loan a wide variety of tools to community members free of charge. The NPTL benefits North Portland residents by reducing the costs of maintaining and improving the places in which we live, work, and play. The NTPL helps support diverse, livable neighborhoods and fosters community pride.
TreeCycle- TreeCycled Lumber Company specializes in the recovery and utilization of felled urban trees by transforming them into unique, high quality lumber products. An estimated 3-4 billion board feet of lumber gets wasted each year from urban forest’s across the country. Logs that can be milled into lumber are often cut into firewood, chipped, or dumped. Treecycling is better than Recycling!…It’s De-cycling. Transforming bio-mass from the waste stream into something usable for the first time. Recovered lumber from trees that were once part of the urban landscape are again valued in a new form.
Rebuilding Center- The ReBuilding Center accepts the region’s largest volume of used building and remodeling materials, providing resources for the benefit of communities with the goal of promoting sustainable practices.
Kitchen Commons- Kitchen Commons matches kitchen resources with community need, making it affordable and practical to cook healthy food, putting the dream of a food business in reach of low-income entrepreneurs, and advocating for food justice.
Oregon State University Extension Services- Using sustainable and research-based techniques, learn how to grow your own vegetables, connect with other gardeners, or use Ask an Expert to seek gardening advice.