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Organizing Bioregionally: By Daniel Christian Wahl

The Department of Bioregion is excited to share this essay on organizing bioregionally from Daniel Christian Wahl, author of Designing Regenerative Cultures and teacher of the online course Design for Sustainability....

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Seattle Cascadia PRIDE Contingent! June 30th

Join Cascadia in our Seattle Pride Parade contingent! This year we are excited partner with the Cascadia Glamcox, the Latinx led Intim@ Cabaret, and the creation of a 40ft mural commemorating Sylvia Riviera and Marsha P. Johnson for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots....

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Native Place Names – Loowit (Mt. St. Helens)

For our fourth Native Place Name poster we feature Loowit, located just 50 miles Northeast of Portland and otherwise known as Mt. St. Helens....

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Cascadia Football issues strong statement of anti-racism and discrimination

The Cascadia Association Football Federation took a strong stand with the three Cascadia team supporter groups against racism and discrimination by issuing a strong statement on Wednesday in regards to recent events....

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Cascadia wins Chagos Island match 6 to 3

Cascadia Football was very excited to win their first ever international friendly at Whyteleafe FC against Chagos Islands this past weekend. The match took place on May 25th in Surrey, the United Kingdom and was the first time Cascadia played an international friendly....

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Catching up with the 2019 Cascadia Dirt Cup

For those not familiar, Race Cascadia and the Dirt Cup is a mountain biking competition that showcases, builds and protects Cascadian trails and forests. The Cascadia Dirt Cup is the the Northwest's premiere enduro mountain bike race series....

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

View the full video of the Defining Cascadia: Crossing borders to improve ecology, economy, and the arts in the Pacific Northwest Panel DIscussion hosted at Horizon Books on May 17th 2019. The Cascadia Dept of Bioregion was proud to partner with Cascadia Magazine and Upzones Podcast to present a panel…...

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Cascadia tops GDP per capita with sustainable economy & transparent banking practices.

Taken together, British Columbia, Oregon and Washington (Cascadia) had a combined GDP of more than a trillion US dollars a year, and a population just under 16 million in 2017 placing Cascadia as the 9th highest GDP per capita in the world. More startling however, is that Cascadia is the…...

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Happy Cascadia Day! 2019 Roundup in Pictures

2019 Cascadia Day in pictures! See some of the hundreds of pictures, photos, celebrations from around the bioregion. Every year, we celebrate May 18th as Cascadia Day, a day to celebrate the unique culture and dynamism that makes this region so special. Hundreds of people shared posts, pictures, photos and…...

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Why is Bioregionalism Important?

It’s a question that for many Cascadians is a no-brainer. Taking care of where we live not only feels good, but it’s vital to our survival. We know this. We know about climate change, deforestation, fossil fuels, and other serious and real dangers to our planet, but how can this…...

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