Declaration of Bioregional Emergency declared as request to plant our southern border wall denied by local Cascadian Governments

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Due to the breakdown of funding talks for the planting of a border wall along the southern border, the Cascadia Department of Bioregion is forced to declare a bioregional declaration of emergency – effective immediately. Talks have stalled after Cascadian local governments have failed to fund our request for $6 billion to plant a wall of more than 30 million trees, restore streams and rivers along Cascadia’s southern stretches. This tree wall is critical, and must be planted immediately, and will only take 60-500 years to mature effectively.

Don’t worry Cascadians! We will not rest until these tree’s are planted, and our natural borders replenished with salmon and other native flora and fauna.

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