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Seeking a Social Media Intern!

Cascadia Department of Bioregion is seeking a social media intern! Cascadians, cultural provocateurs, change agents… people who want to add ‘secession movement’ or grow a small rebellion to their resume - people who type type type on a computer a lot. Join us!...

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Cascadia Quest: An Epic Adventure for the Pacific Northwest

The Cascadia Department of Bioregion is excited to share Cascadia Quest, an under construction computer game set in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest, currently in development by Seattle based Ice Fall Games. Slated for release in 2020, it follows the spirit of classic graphic adventure games....

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First Cascadia Home Match Announced Against Darfur United, July 27th 2019 in Kent, WA

Team Cascadia are set to play their first ever home game against Darfur United in Kent, WA on July 27th, 2019....

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Diplomat Introduction: Jay T. Conrad

Jay T. Conrad, a genderqueer DIY artist, photographer and videographer, has joined the Dept of Bioregion as Seasquatch of Communications. We’re excited to have Jay join our team of passionate bioregionalists! Learn more about them in introductory interview....

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Cascadia Magazine Presents Defining Cascadia Panel Discussion: Crossing borders to improve ecology, economy, and the arts in the Pacific Northwest

For Cascadia Culture Week - Cascadia Magazine and UpZones Podcast present a public panel discussion about thinking beyond borders in Cascadia...

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Diplomat Introduction – Aaron Carasco

The Department of Bioregion is proud to include Aaron Carasco in the Diplomat Corps as an Attaché of Education. Aaron is a life-long Cascadian, born in Oregon and currently living in Seattle. He is a Mentor Teacher in the field of Early Childhood Education. Read more to see how Cascadian education…...

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2019 Cascadia Culture Week is Coming!

Cascadia Day and Cascadia Culture Week is coming May 10-25. How will you celebrate?...

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2019 Solstice Survival Guide: Everything you need to know!

How to survive the masses of art, naked bicycles & everything you need to know for the 2019 Solstice Parade....

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Bioregional Essays: Bioregional Centres – Donella Meadows’ Vision for Deep Local Change

The Department of Bioregion is excited to share an essay version of a letter read to the Leverage Points conference plenary on Friday, February 8th 2019 in Lueneburg, Germany by Isabel Carlisle and edited by Liz Clarke who help run the Bioregional Centre in South Devon, the United Kingdom....

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Bioregional Passports have arrived, and they look awesome!

After several weeks, Cascadia Passports have arrived - and they look awesome! We couldn’t be more pleased. Give a look to be learn more and become a citizen of your watershed, bioregion and world....

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