Become a Citizen of your Watershed!
Cascadia Illahee is the name given to this land by those living here and the bioregion that defines the Pacific Northwest of North America through the watersheds of the Columbia, Fraser and Snake rivers. We hope this passport inspires you to think locally, bioregionally and globally, as a citizen of your watershed and of our world.
The Cascadia Passport contains 56 pages full color pages covering information on nine regions of the Cascadia Bioregion – including ecoregions and fun facts for each. We have limited our first run of passports is limited to 1000 copies, printed locally at Girlie Press in the Central District of Seattle. You can grab them here, or they are included with any Dept of Bioregion membership.
We also create this passport with full acknowledgement that we live on ceded, and unceded lands of dozens of First Nations and Peoples, and do so with respect, and list the lands and groups in each, using indigenous languages and Chinook for place names wherever possible.
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If you’d like to contribute fun facts, if you work for a business or organization interested in carrying passports, offering a special deal or a stamping station, or if you have comments or feedback to share with us, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’d love to hear from you.