Resources Directory

Welcome to our directory of New Economy related resources for the Eugene, Oregon area and beyond. We list local organizations and projects as well as online resources that are helpful to Regenerative Economy projects. You can use the filters below or click on tags to narrow the results. Please send us a message if you know of a resource that should be added.

Name Sort ascending Description Website Contact Phone Contact Email
U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives National worker co-operative movement. Networks, resources Visit Website
Tool Box Project A volunteer-driven tool lending library . They share home and garden tools with members. Visit Website (541)838-0125
The World Cafe This is the official website for world cafe with many how-to facilitation resources Visit Website
The Working World The Working World builds cooperative businesses in low-income communities, using a groundbreaking model that combines non-extractive finance with tailor-made business support. Visit Website
The TESA Collective Video, study guide and resources for starting a worker cooperative. Co-opoly: The Game of Cooperatives Your Study Guide to the Cooperative Movement – a free library of information on all things cooperative Visit Website
The Sharing Connection A service exchange network. Similar to a Time Bank. Visit Website (541)525-8324
Social Transformation Project Searchable links for how-to-tools for leadership and Organization Development. Headings include: Assessment, Coaching Equity and Inclusion, Facilitation, Feedback, Leadership, Organizational Transformation, Personal Ecology, Personal Mastery, Role of the Consultant, Team Performance, Visioning Visit Website
PDX Time Bank [Portland] A time bank in Portland. Visit Website
Oregon Clean Energy Cooperative Cooperative investment in solar projects. Located in Corvallis. Visit Website
McKenzie River Group - Capacity building resourcers Grassroots Capacity Builders Toolkit This Toolkit represents a selection of resources collected, adapted, and developed during MRG’s Capacity Building Initiative. It evolved out of a need to share knowledge and tools at the intersection of movement building and capacity building. To this end, there are resources in multiple areas of capacity and movement building:     Visit Website 503-289-1517