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An Uncommon Partnership

The “green built” Issaquah Highlands has won multiple awards and stands as a successful example of an urban village that emphasizes walkability, sustainability, economic vitality and community. Twenty-plus years ago, well before the first foundation was poured, Pomegranate Center and the developer, Port Blakely Communities, forged a unique and somewhat controversial relationship Read more

Seattle Pomegranate Training

Seattle Pomegranate Center Training with Milenko Matanovic
Cultivating Ownership Through Community-Based Design
A 2-day introduction to the Pomegranate Approach for design professionals
March 11-12, 2016, 9am-4pm  – 2100 24th Ave S, Seattle WA 98144


ARE YOU AN ARCHITECT, PLANNER OR LANDSCAPE DESIGN PROFESSIONAL WORKING WITH COMMUNITY GROUPS AS PART OF YOUR JOB? Read more

Americans for the Arts pARTnership Movement

Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading nonprofit for advancing the arts over the past 56 years, featured Pomegranate Center in their new pARTnership Movement essay. Our partnership with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (Tully’s) demonstrates how arts partnerships can help companies creatively and effectively communicate with customers, employees, and other stakeholders. Read full essay HERE. Read more

Breathing New Life and Prosperity Into Small Town America

A summarized case-study created in partnership between the Milton-Freewater Downtown Alliance, Sherwood Trust, Blue Mountain Action Council, & Pomegranate Center

Imagine a struggling small town with minimal civic involvement where hundreds of community members turn out to take charge of their destiny. This is the story of Milton-Freewater. Read more