"The Grand Rural Oregon Experiment in Community Leadership Development" strengthened community leaders, organizations, and collaborations and is impacting community vitality.
The September 24 Creswell Economic Vitality Summit, Homegrown Prosperity: Building a Better Creswell, is a one-day interactive summit designed to bring community stakeholders together, generate new ideas, and move participants to action.
Rural leadership program participants hold poverty simulation to identify the barriers an impoverished family face, preventing them from improving their economic situation.
Learn to grow your business in your community at the September summit in Klamath Falls.
RDI's Pasos al Éxito Program Manager, Kristine Mier, will be presenting on an Aspen Institute webinar.
Tillamook Bay Seafoods has been awarded a $20,000 WealthWorks grant from RDI to support its business expansion.
The Western Washington County leadership cohort hosted Fiesta in the Park, an event to celebrate and bring the community together.
Columbia Gorge Gleaning, which formed out of the Hood River rural leadership cohort, is working to increase the availability of fresh and local produce in food pantries, soup kitchens, and schools.
The Southwestern Oregon Food Systems Collaborative finds success through the WealthWorks approach of doing economic development differently.
Attend the next Myrtle Creek Economic Vitality Roadmap meeting on August 2 to find out what others are doing to create vital rural communities.