We restore forests, rivers, and rangelands for healthier habitat, clean air and water, and vibrant rural economies.
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We’re creating markets for this native tree to restore eastern Oregon’s grasslands and economy. Click below to see the video.
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Sustainable Northwest Wood
Our subsidiary wood distribution business is the regional leader in providing local and sustainable wood products.
We're restoring ecosystems, bringing living wage jobs back to rural communities, and ending natural resource conflicts.
Our lasting solutions come by listening, learning, building trust, and investing in the long-term success of the communities and region we serve.
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Growing a restoration economy
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Ensuring enough water for wildlife and people
Restoring rangelands for people and wildlife
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- We’re in the top 100!
As testament to our 20 year culture of collaboration and innovation, and the ongoing determination of our leadership to maintain a stimulating and rewarding work...
- Sustainable Northwest Wood receives first of its kind FSC® Leadership Award
News Release October 24, 2014
Contact: Renee Magyar, Sustainable Northwest, (503) 221-6911 x116
Sustainable Northwest subsidiary receives first of its kind FSC®...
- An innovative approach to increasing the pace and scale of forest restoration
Joseph Creek flows north through a remote and rugged part of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in the Blue Mountains of northeastern Oregon. A tributary of the Wild...
- 2014 Year in Review, and a look forward
The winter holidays are often a time for reflection and setting goals for the coming year. 2014 was Sustainable Northwest’s 20th anniversary and we celebrated some...
- Sustainable Northwest is hiring a Development Director
Sustainable Northwest brings people, ideas, and innovation together so that nature, local economies, and rural communities can thrive. Our vision is that the...
- Proposed bill would boost Oregon juniper harvests
By Eric Mortenson, Capital Press
Read the original article here.
Removing western juniper improves rangeland conditions, including habitat for greater sage grouse....
- Sustainable Northwest Wood is moving
Sustainable Northwest Wood will be open for business on February 1 at its new location just down the road at 2701 SE 14th Avenue, on the corner of SE Clinton.