We are excited to announce that we are creating several work groups from our Envision Cascadia Conference, and would love to invite you to join us. We had more than 150 people register for 8 different sessions that took place over 2 weeks in which people gathered to explore how…...
Announcing Cascadia ZOOM Organizing Calls
4 Ways Cascadians Can Respond Bioregionally to COVID-19
As the COVID-19 outbreak disrupts nearly every aspect of our daily lives, Cascadians should double-down on bioregionalism to better support our impacted communities and mitigate health risks. What Does Bioregionalism Have to do with COVID-19? Bioregionalism is a philosophy and lifestyle which promotes personal and community well-being by using naturally…...
It’s time for a Cascadia Political Movement.Read more
Cascadia Must Send a Delegation the U.N. Climate Summit
Your Guide for Dougsgiving, November 28th
Our New Diplomat Departments Forming for 2020
As we enter into 2020, our Cascadian Diplomats are organizing themselves into six different core departments they have deemed to be the highest priority for building the Cascadia movement, the independence of the Cascadia Bioregion, building a network of bioregional movements around the world, and improve the well being and…...
New fundraiser for Forests for Climate Resilience this Saturday in Portland, Oregon.
Introducing Cascadia Karen – Using her powers for Good!
Meet Cascadia Karen! Cascadia Karen is a work-a-day superhero. Between the school run, organic gardening, yoga and Bunco, she makes time to protect the Cascadian way of life. She realized that with great power comes great responsibility, so she is here to shine a light on how local businesses and…...