Mission & Vision


Trajectory reinvigorates communities and their workforces by connecting historical identities to modern needs.

     Vision: Trajectory seeks a world where conservation and production are aligned.

     So, What The Heck Does That Mean?

     Towns and cities form because of economic development in an area. An influx of people utilizing resources then requires support services and a town is born. In Oregon, most of the cities were founded around the Timber Industry. The secret is that the foresters and loggers that were the reason for Oregon's booming success haven't actually gone anywhere... Oregon is still the largest producer of softwood timber in the country and has been for almost a hundred years. 

             A state can't do that without rigorous replanting and active management, something that frequently gets left out of rhetoric and debates. Growing forests sequester carbon and provide multiple biozones for flora and fauna. They also provide over 60,000 jobs in nurseries, reforesting, sustainability management, logging/harvest, transportation, and mills; the jobs are also above average Oregon incomes. 

            Those Oregonians, and all Oregonians, pride themselves on their love of the forest. Even more than that, we all pride ourselves on being good stewards of the land as well. The whole world is looking for renewable and sustainable materials to replace the carbon-intense materials of concrete, steel, and plastics; Oregon stands ready with something that has been with us for eons... wood.

It's the 2020's, so you know we had to give our idea an acronym. We call this big idea C.H.E.E. and it is relevant to not just Oregon, but to our country and our planet.

C ommunity

H istory

E cology

E conomy