Portland Business Journal, July 2006
Last week, Toyota’s vehicle distribution center at the Port of Portland’s Terminal 4 became the first industrial site in the nation to earn certification from the Portland-based nonprofit Salmon-Safe. It’s a designation that had previously primarily been earned by vineyards and other agricultural farmlands, but officials at the group are hoping the certification will be the first of many for industrial sites. "When we certified our first few high profile wineries, it really started to gain momentum within the industry, said Dan Kent, Salmon-Safe’s managing director. "We’re hoping the same thing will happen with corporate campuses"… Complete article text coming soon.