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KBOO is a Volunteer-Powered, Non-Commercial, Listener-Sponsored, Full-Strength Community Radio for Portland, Oregon, Cascadia & the World! KBOO is a community radio station providing music, news and public affairs 24 hours/day, 365 days/year to Portland, Corvallis, Vancouver, Salem, Mount Hood and the surrounding areas. All programming is produced by volunteers with assistance of paid staff. The weekly cumulative audience is about 60,000 people.

KBOO is owned and operated by The KBOO Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation, and is a member of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, West Coast Public Radio, and the Consortium for Public Broadcasting in Oregon. As a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, KBOO is dedicated to peace, justice, democracy, human rights, multiculturalism, environmentalism, freedom of expression, and social change.

These are the guiding principles behind KBOO Community Radio:
KBOO shall be a model of programming, filling needs that other media do not, providing programming to diverse communities and unserved or underserved groups. KBOO shall provide access and training to those communities.

KBOO's news and public affairs programming shall place an emphasis on providing a forum for unpopular, controversial, or neglected perspectives on important local, national, and international issues, reflecting KBOO's values of peace, justice, democracy, and human rights, multiculturalism, environmentalism, freedom of expression, and social change.

KBOO's arts, cultural, and music programming shall cover a wide spectrum of expression from traditional to experimental, and reflect the diverse cultures KBOO serves. KBOO shall strive for spontaneity and programming excellence, both in content and technique. Visit their website: click here.
Rose City Sound
For over 70 years, Rose City Sound has had the privilege of providing the Pacific Northwest with superior, high quality sound services. We have had the opportunity to learn and know inside and out the Pacific Northwest venues, and each employee carries years of experience in the sound industry. Rose City Sound's reputation and knowledge is based on hands-on touring and install experience. The staff at Rose City Sound has diverse backgrounds and are extremely detail-oriented. We have the flexibility and inventory to support everything from concerts, to musical theater, to houses of worship and corporate events. Our customer service philosophy is about relationships. You will always reach a live person on the phone, and not voice mail. Our sales staff will walk through your needs and help you make an informed decision as to what will fit your needs and budget. Visit Their Website: click here
Craftmaster Productions
Craftmaster Productions is passionate about providing high quality production services for a good value. The previous sentence is pretty much boilerplate copy for any creative services company, but in the real world outside of pithy copy, we aspire to be much more than that to our clients. We’ve been in business since 1998 and on the planet much longer. So, while we value the work we do for our clients and how it can motivate target markets, Craftmaster Productions is making a conscious effort to make videos whose subjects include stories about the planet, its people and how to keep both healthy. Craftmaster Productions • 2434 NE Liberty Street, Portland, OR 97211 • 503.288.4346 View their website, click here.
Smoken BBQ
Smoken BBQ: Carl "Hungry Horse" Coffey
Orginated from Oklahoma, part of Choctah/Cherokee tribes, living a passion past down from my grandfather of fishing the rivers and sharing with family and friends.

At an early age, I could seek out and find most fish in a river, as I grew older, I learned the traditions of smoking fish, as a way to preserve longer. In the early 1970's my family moved to the Northwest (Camas, WA) area. Boy, what a river to live on (The Washougal) plentiful of fish.

I met and became close to local tribal members up and down the Columbia River. I seem to had my calling a few years back when i had this vision to work with many tribes who worked and caught fish at many different tribal fish camps. I wanted to partake in seeing and working with the families who did the fishing.

I had a vision of me going to the camps and providing hot cooked meals for those who worked the river. I would also smoke and process fish for them to take back home, they would in return help me with fish to take to powwows throughout Oregon and Washington.

I would use funds earned from sales at the powwows to then return to the fishcamps in seasons. So now this is my journey in life, as I say "Keeping it in the Circle". Providing food to all from the powwow trail to the rivers and back again.
L Bar T Bison Ranch
L Bar T Bison Ranch - Our ranch was established in 1991. Starting as a hobby, it has grown into a thriving business. Our herd usually averages 15 animals, with new breeding stock being brought in and heifers sold and bulls butchered.

Our animals are grain fed from the time they are old enough to eat. Bison bulls are butchered before they reach two years of age, to make sure you are getting the tenderest cuts of meat for your steaks and roasts. L bar t bison ranch sells meat year round. We also sell skulls and hides (green and tanned). Calves are available for sale in November. We also give talks on Bison and Native American tribes.

Location: 43461 SW Hiatt Rd. Forest Grove, OR 97116 Phone: (503) 357-4137 Visit their website: click here.
Raindancer Coffee

Raindancer Coffee - Native American Owned - 503-970-3618
Raindancer Coffee is a 100% Native American owned coffee company located in the Pacific Northwest. Our coffee is sourced and produced by our exclusive coffee roaster. We bring you only the highest grades of Arabica coffee beans. The secret to our rich flavorful coffee is how our roaster processes the coffee by fire-heated air roasting. This eliminates any bitterness and allows for perfectly even roasting.

We roast and ship to order for the freshest coffee possible.We sell our coffee to Native American Casinos, Tribal administration offices, Tribal Health, Tribal enterprises, federal and local government offices and many others. Experience the difference today. Visit their website, click here.

Pendleton Woolen Mills
Pendleton Woolen Mills is honored to serve and support the Native American community.
The American Indian College Fund is committed to transforming the landscape of higher education for Native Americans.  This fund provides scholarships to thousands of Native students each year, while granting additional resources to the community-based and culturally-focused tribal colleges that these students attend.  The Pendleton blankets are a collaboration between Pendleton Woolen Mills and the American Indian College Fund; each blanket designed to honor and reawaken a vital part of Native history.  A portion of the proceeds will help create scholarships, allowing even more students access to higher education.
Additionally, Pendleton promotes wellness in the Native American community by collaborating with the Native American Rehabilitation Association (NARA), working closely with the organization to provide blankets for fund-raising.

Pendleton Retail locations across the U.S. hold in-store events throughout the year designed to support Native American efforts.  Proceeds of the sales received during an event go to community outreach organizations and programs.  

Native American artists may submit their blanket design to Pendleton.  The company produces the selected blanket design. The designer is compensated for the design, and in addition, receives public acknowledgement for their work.

Home Store manager, Shelly Schramm, will attend next week's Indigenous Experience NW event.  She will bring information to share with artists on how to submit their own designs.  Shelly will also have American Indian College Fund blankets from past years.