Community Partners

Without strong partnerships, a change would not happen.

It’s because of our partnerships we can create new innovative solutions that are holistic.



Footsteps to Recovery- every Friday Veterans from the VA hospital’s footsteps to recovery program come and volunteer on our urban farm.


FolkTime – Every Friday, after the Veterans volunteer in our garden, they head into the kitchen to facilitate a farm to table lunch at the Vets Cafe run by Folktime. Food by Design also offers farm to plate dinners at two of Folktime’s locations at Chez Amiz and the Oregon City socialization program.


Transitions Project Inc – TPI who provides temporary housing for individuals going through our program.


Easter Seals of Oregon – Provides on the job training for folks 55 and over to reenter the workforce.


Community Connections – one on peer support on the farm working with our apprentices.


Rotary Club Lake Oswego – Rotary Club has provided ongoing support by helping us purchase a passive solar power greenhouse for our Oregon City farm in collaboration with regeneration farm.


The community of Christ – Community of Christ provides the space including kitchen and office and parking lot of which we transformed part of it into our urban farm training center.


NorthStar provides people living with the effects of mental illness an evidence-tested approach for respect, hope, stability, and resiliency. The clubhouse creates an avenue for social and economic benefits and offers a safe place to alleviate stigma.


Oregon State Hospital (OSH) provides patient-centered, psychiatric treatment for adults from throughout the state who need hospital-level care. The hospital’s primary goal is to help people recover from their illness and return to the community. Services include psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as community outreach and peer support.



Care Oregon believes Oregonians deserve having the best opportunities for good health, and we’re dedicated to achieving world-class health care.In providing health plan services to four Coordinated Care Organizations, we directly serve about 250,000 Oregonians throughout the state. Our members receive care in community health centers, large health systems, academic health centers, private practice groups and hospital-affiliated group practices.



At OnPoint, we strive to deliver smart financial solutions and a higher standard of service. Our mission is to promote the financial well-being of our members by being the preferred provider of consumer and business products and services and to ensure the safety and soundness of our credit union.



Sow with confidence: We store our seeds under carefully controlled conditions of low humidity and temperature, operate a quality-assurance lab on site, and closely monitor germination of all our seed lots so that we ship you only the most viable seeds possible.


City Farm is a St. Johns neighborhood garden center in Portland, Oregon that supplies edible, medicinal, native and perennial plants and the tools and supplies you need to grow, harvest and process your own food and medicine. We also supply animal feed, bird feeders, rabbits, and beneficial insects and chicks in the spring.  We hope to see you soon!


To be America’s neighborhood hardware and garden store focused on paint, repair, and the backyard. 1931 was a year of hard times for farmers in San José, California. Two years of drought and crop failures plus the Great Depression brought plenty of economic woes. Thirty farmers, mostly prune growers, considered buying their farm supplies as a cooperative. Each farmer put up $30 and Orchard Supply was born.



Fettle Botanic Supply & Counsel, once known as The Herb Shoppe,  has been a pillar of Portland small business for almost 12 years. Owned and operated by board-certified Naturopathic physician Dr. JJ Pursell, she has prided herself on building a business that supports communities by offering resources, education, and products focusing on herbal medicine and health.



We are an oasis. A destination to wander, relax, and explore. Our 5 acres invite you to enjoy the scents, sounds, and sights from fountains and birdfeeders, to the giant sentinel firs and cedars that watch over the grounds, around every corner is inspiration and surprise.



At the same time, we provide you with choices—at New Seasons, you’ll find the best mix of grocery classics and local, organic favorites, from Cheerios® to free-range chicken. And that grocery goodness goes beyond our store’s four walls: we’re firmly committed to environmental stewardship, to giving back to our community, and to providing a progressive workplace where our staff thrives. But at the end of the day, it’s about really good food. And good food makes everyone happy.