88.9 KPOV, High Desert Community Radio
A local non-profit radio station promoting an engaged thoughtful community, KPOV is radio by the people for the people of Central Oregon. We strengthen community and democracy through grassroots participation in independent, non-commercial radio. KPOV 88.9 High Desert Community Radio is the only non-profit radio station broadcasting from Bend. KPOV can be heard throughout Deschutes County and Prineville.
Camp Fire Central Oregon
Camp Fire provides positive youth development by helping boys and girls become self-reliant, self-confident kids and future leaders and focuses on family, work, health, love and providing community service. We instill a passion for friendship, nature, community in kids and have been doing so in Bend since 1916.
Central Oregon Landwatch
Encouraging effective land use planning by providing information and disseminating ideas on public policy and by aggressively enforcing federal, state and local land use and environmental laws and codes.
Central Oregon Trail Alliance
Central Oregon Trail Alliance (COTA) is dedicated to the Stewardship of sustainable human-powered trails and preserving access for mountain bikers through advocacy and education. COTA is a non-profit volunteer organization that works with public land managers to build and maintain trails throughout Central Oregon.
Bend, OR 97709
Coalition for the Deschutes
Working to restore the Deschutes River so that fish, farms, and families can all thrive.
Bend, OR 97709
Commute Options of Central Oregon
Through active transportation choices, Commute Option encourages healthy individuals, a clean environment, and strong economy. Commute Options represents transportation options in our community by educating citizens, businesses, and governments about the value of carpooling, van-pooling,walking, bicycling, teleworking, and using public transportation.
Deschutes Land Trust
The Deschutes Land Trust conserves land in Central Oregon for wildlife, scenic views, and local communities.
Deschutes River Conservancy
The Deschutes River Conservancy is a Bend-based non-profit organization dedicated to restoring streamflow and improving water quality in the Deschutes Basin
Earth Advantage’s mission is to accelerate the creation of better buildings. We use an innovation model that transforms our real-world experience into products and services that advance building performance. Earth Advantage certifies, researches, educates, and incubates to help a building industry that harmonizes with the natural environment.
Energy Trust Of Oregon
We offer advice and financial incentives to help Oregon homeowners and businesses improve energy efficiency, generate renewable energy, save money and shrink their carbon footprints.
Habitat for Humanity – ReStore
Offering quality donated building materials, appliances, and furnishings at 50-75% off retail prices. Resale of tax-deductable donations supports affordable housing in Central Oregon.
Bend Area Habitat for Humanity - ReStore224 NE Thurston Ave.
Bend, OR 97701
Map | (541) 312-6709
Sisters Area Habitat for Humanity - ReStore254 W Adams
Sisters, OR 97759
Map | (541) 549-1621
Prineville Area Habitat for Humanity - ReStore1422 Murphy Ct.
Prineville, OR 97754
Map | (541) 447-6934
La Pine Area Habitat for Humanity - ReStore52684 Hwy. 97
La Pine, OR 97739
Map | (541) 536-3234
Opportunity Foundation of Central Oregon
OFCO provides services to adults with disabilities in Central Oregon, Deschutes, Crook, & Jefferson Counties. Services: Possibilities Thiftstores in Bend, Redmond, & Madras. Custodial Services. Confidential Document Destruction. Bench assembly and packaging. Recyling for paper, cardboard, plastic, wood, electronics, & computers. Wood survey products. Firewood: millends and biomass bricks/pellets.
Oregon Environmental Council
A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with more than 1700 members throughout the state. OEC advances innovative, collaborative solutions to Oregon’s environmental challenges for today and future generations.
Oregon League of Conservation Voters Education Fund
Oregon League of Conservation Voters Education Fund works to increase the political effectiveness of Oregon’s environmental community by educating, training, and coordinating citizens and organizations. OLCV Education Fund is dedicated to giving Oregonians the knowledge and skills they need to be effective advocates for the environment. OLCV Education Fund also educates elected officials about environmental priorities.
Oregon Natural Desert Association
With more than 4,000 members and supporters, Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) protects, defends, and restores Oregon’s deserts through both advocacy and restoration work.
Oregon Wild works to protect and restore Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife and waters as an enduring legacy for all Oregonians. Founded in 1974, Oregon Wild (formerly the Oregon Natural Resources Council or ONRC) has been instrumental in securing permanent legislative protection for some of Oregon’s most precious landscapes, including nearly 1.7 million acres of Wilderness, the forests that provide drinking water to communities like Bend and Portland, and almost 1,800 miles of Wild & Scenic Rivers.
Sierra Club – Juniper Group
As a member of the oldest and largest volunteer-driven environmental organization in America, the Juniper Group of the Oregon Sierra Club works to practice and promote responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; educate and enlist humanity to Explore, Enjoy and Protect our planet. We use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.
Bend, OR 97701
Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory
Offering interpretive exhibits, public observatory, educational programs, botanical garden, nature trail. Our program leaders provide a fun and thoughtful view of our natural environment.
Trout Unlimited (Deschutes Chapter)
Trout Unlimited’s mission is to protect, reconnect, restore and sustain North America’s trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds. TU accomplishes this mission on local, state and national levels with an extensive and dedicated volunteer network. TU’s national office, based just outside of Washington, D.C., and its regional offices employ professionals who testify before Congress, publish a quarterly magazine, intervene in federal legal proceedings, and work with the organization’s 152,000 volunteers in 450 chapters nationwide to keep them active and involved in conservation issues.
Bend, OR 97701
Upper Deschutes Watershed Council
We are dedicated to protecting and restoring 2,100 miles of rivers and streams in Central Oregon though projects in ecological restoration and community education.