Cascadia

History of the Doug Flag

This flag was conceived in 1993 when Alexander Baretich was sitting on a hill in Eastern Europe homesick for the conifer trees he grew up with.  Earlier digital imagines of the flag were not how he originally imagined it.  Most of those early digital versions displayed a full color tree.   Eventually in 2004-2005,…...

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Cascadia Workgroups Meetings

Join us for our weekly work meeting! No matter where you are, join us, and come hang out and work on a Cascadia project. Join what people are working on, or host your own meeting....

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Join a Cascadia Work Group

We are excited to announce that we are creating several work groups from our Envision Cascadia Conference, and would love to invite you to join us. We had more than 150 people register for 8 different sessions that took place over 2 weeks in which people gathered to explore how…...

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#Cascadia trending after #WestCoastPact announced by governors

After Washington, Oregon, and California governors announced the launch of a Western States Pact in the face of a federal government unwilling to act on COVID-19 relief, #Cascadia , #Calexit and #Secession quickly began trending on twitter and other social media platforms....

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Bioregionalism & Football: Welcome to Cascadia – New article by @MagazineCaviar & @FCGeopolitics

Inspired by a FC Geopolitic Twitter thread documenting the Cascadia Football Team and their first appearance at the CONIFA World Cup in London in 2018, online sports magazine Caviar released a wonderful article on Sports and Bioregionalism....

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Announcing Cascadia ZOOM Organizing Calls

The Department of Bioregion is excited to announce a series of Zoom organizing calls for everyone who has ever been interested in Cascadia or believes in the idea & movement....

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News Alert: Washington State to shut down all restaurants, and bars. Here’s how to prepare.

In the face of the mounting spread of Coronavirus, Governor Jay Inslee announced via a statement a new ban on gatherings over 50 people and the temporary shut down of all restaurants, bars, entertainment and recreational facilities. Learn the latest news and how to stay prepared....

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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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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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