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The deptofbioregion.org website serves as the Bioregion Department’s portal of information on Cascadian domestic policy, foreign policy and information about the Cascadia Department and bioregion. It is managed by the Office of Website Management, Cascadian Bureau of Public Affairs.
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The current Cascadia Department website covers the current affairs and policy since it’s creation on November 7th, 2018. The Department’s archive provide content available online prior to that date. The archive sites are not updated, and external links may no longer function; they provide publications and information from the State Department for archive and research purposes.
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