More fire awaits us in a warming climate. Jesse Cruz Richards maps out some cost-effective ways to invest in community-centered approaches to preparing for fire.
As part of Black History Month, the Willamette River Network hosted a virtual discussion among leaders working for welcoming, safe and accessible natural spaces for all. View a recording of the online event below.
With shrinking city, state, and philanthropic budgets, new financing mechanisms and unique partnerships are essential to build resilience, address climate change, and support the Oregon economy.
The Willamette River Initiative evaluation report and case studies are a deep well of data and insights into what fueled the impact of this decade-long investment by Meyer Memorial Trust and its partners.
We're in an unprecedented, uncertain time filled with hope and anxiety, challenges and the opportunity for real change. That's why we believe it's so important to foster greater connection, trust and collaboration, now more than ever.
A few weeks ago, the Willamette River Initiative team had the pleasure of spending a sunny evening at a farm on the banks of the Willamette, enjoying the company of many people who inspire us daily with their relentless dedication to ensuring the Willamette River is healthy enough to support our
We’re excited to announce the founding board of the Willamette River Network!
Update: The application window for these positions has closed.