Business is Good tour recap: Oregon reinvents

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Thursday, November 01, 2007

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OREGON REINVENTS

When Oregon Business magazine set out in early September on its multi-week Business is Good tour, we found communities across the state had much in common: new economies and identities being forged, a rush toward the green and sustainable and the emergence of vibrant Main Streets. At the root is a state remaking itself, and how that is playing out is different in every region. As Wallowa County Commissioner Ben Boswell famously says: “If you’ve seen one county in Oregon, you’ve seen one county in Oregon.”       THE EDITORS

 


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