From the Tupelo Model to conflict styles, participants of the Wild Rivers Coast North Ford Institute Leadership Program met in Port Orford over the weekend for session 2 of the program.


We are honored to have been ranked #13 in the Oregon Business 100 Best Medium Sized Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon.


Registration is now open for the 2014 OEDA Annual Conference to be held October 26 to October 28, 2014, in Eugene, OR.


Ford Institute Leadership Program participants in Falls City and Dallas plan a recreation-enhancement project at the Fay Wilson Memorial Park basketball courts in Falls City and the Rickreall Creek Trail in Dallas.


As part of the Oregon Prosperity Agenda, First Lady Cylvia Hayes is co-sponsoring a series of Prosperity Agenda Stakeholder Forums to be held throughout the state in October.


Would you like to learn how to create a more prosperous community? Join with other community leaders for three days of exciting learning at the Catalyzing Community Prosperity Conference.


Are you using the Community Capitals Framework in your work? Do you want to know more about the framework? Share your experiences and learn about the CCF at the 2014 Community Capitals Framework Institute.


An Idaho organization uses collaboration to restore the region’s forests, and diverse stakeholders work together for the common good.


South Siskiyou Ford Institute Leadership Program cohort 3 has completed its project: a new bus stop shelter in McCloud with a mural by a local artist.


RDI is a proud participant in the Combined Federal Campaign. Support rural community vitality through the CFC.