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The Sound of the Nez Percé language / Niimi’ipuutímt (Numbers, Greetings & Story)

A note on the Nez Perce Language! Nez Perce is a highly endangered language. While sources differ on the exact number of fluent speakers, it is almost definitely under 100....

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Visiting Where Bioregions were Born: The Planet Drum Foundation in San Francisco

We’ve been very excited to be visiting with Judy Goldhaft at the Planet Drum foundation in San Francisco. Planet Drum Foundation was founded in San Francisco, CA in 1973, and with an association of community activists and ecologists worked to develop the concept of a bioregion, from which the Cascadia movement…...

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Cascadia represents bioregionalism at California Unity Conference

Cascadia Department of Bioregion represented Cascadia and bioregionalism at the California Unity Conference in Sacramento, California on February 3rd....

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Launching our New Cascadia Co-Creators Network

The Department of Bioregion is excited to launch our new Cascadia CoCreators network, a place for bioregionalists and movement designers to come together and co create our movement....

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Indigenous Voices of Cascadia

With an eye towards the upcoming year, the Cascadia Illahee Department of Indigenous Sovereignty is creating a compendium called Indigenous Voices of Cascadia....

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How to Vote Cascadia

How do you vote Cascadian? A step by step guide to how to vote in our electoral system in a bioregional way....

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Eugene Embassy 1st Cascadia Meeting

Eugene, Oregon held their first Cascadia meeting on Kalapuya lands on December 2nd. More than 12 people gathered to continue advancing the Cascadia movement. With Eugene being the southern terminus of the Cascadia Megaregion, we’re ecstatic to have Cascadian Diplomats helping to get people active....

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Diplomat Newsletter December 2019

Diplomatic Corps Newsletter December 2019 Towards 2020 Fulfilling our Vision As our first year of work with the Department of Bioregion comes to a close, a time to reflect and focus arises. Our weekly meetings in Seattle have grown in attendance and scope. From them, many activities and projects have…...

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Washington State Working to Become the Largest Electrified Ferry Fleet in the World

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is preparing the way to become the world’s largest electrified and hybrid ferry fleet....

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It’s time for a Cascadia Political Movement.

This essay lays out the case and framework for a Cascadia Political Movement. Will you join us?...

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