Bioregionalism

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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Introducing the Department of Bioregion: By Trevor Owen

Senior Dean of Diplomacy provides a basic introduction and overview of the Department of Bioregion, Diplomats and our organizing structure. Reach out to trevor@deptofbioregion.org if you’d like to become more involved!...

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Your Guide for Dougsgiving, November 28th

The Department of Bioregion lists easy steps to make any family gathering or meal a bioregional one. During this time of year, we want to celebrate what our bioregion gives us, the wonderful people living here in a seasonal and sustainable way....

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New Cascadia Membership Designs Are Here!

We love Cascadia, believe in bioregionalism as a philosophy to save our region and planet, and are tired of the craziness and insanity that has become commonplace in our world today. We want to be able to directly impact the issues that we care about, and so those living on…...

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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…...

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New fundraiser for Forests for Climate Resilience this Saturday in Portland, Oregon.

Join Forests for Climate Resilience and Forest Defenders for a gathering of #Forest Folk, Saturday in Portland, Oregon. The night will feature music, forest updates and movement news!...

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2020 Cascadia Grains Conference scheduled for January 18 & 19 in Olympia, Washington

The annual Cascadia Grains Conference is coming to the South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, WA January 18th....

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Coming Home: A New Map Telling a New Story of this Place

This thursday, at Seattle University, Cascadia bioregionalist David McCloskey of the Cascadia Institute and early designer of the Cascadia map discusses his new map: The Ish-River-Lillooet Country and the Salish Sea....

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Department of Bioregion has a wonderful meeting with Bioregional Learning Center of Devonshire

The Cascadia Department of Bioregion was excited to meet with members of the Bioregional Learning Center in the South Devon Bioregion in the United Kingdom. One of the primary focuses of the meeting was sharing skills and knowledge regarding our two groups, and building a global model of collaboration as…...

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