By Carrie Treadwell from Resourceful PDX partner, Chinook Book
The 17th annual edition of Chinook Book highlights local, sustainable businesses with a belief that they can give back and also thrive in the community. This includes new options in food-focused Portland!
The website has a new feature that shows all of the community coupons. You can see the 112 merchants and 126 coupons under Dining. This feature includes many standard Portland spots for eating local, plus some new dessert options like:
- Wiz Bang Bar
- Lovejoy Bakers
- Dairy Hill Ice Cream
- Maple Parlor
The Chinook Book team spends time thinking about businesses and their industries and the approach and criteria with which they appear in the book.
The print edition includes information and resources on how to connect with local food and Portland’s many farmer’s markets, as well as the plethora of local businesses that are in line with resourceful living. The app continues to improve to offer even more personalized navigation and provides savings at your fingertips.
Resourceful PDX shares community resources with the newly updated map (page 14 in the print edition). There are many places to go for used art supplies, building materials and clothing. Look for coupons and tips for bike shops, consignment and thrift stores, hardware stores, and even car sharing opportunities.
Find savings by using both the print book and mobile app, available at local retailers and through school and nonprofit fundraisers.
Grab a friend and take advantage of a two-for-one dessert special!