What is the Cascadia Project? - From 1994 and the birth of the Cascadia Task Force and Cascadia Economic Council - much of the forerunner of the Cascadia Innovation Corridor, Cascadia Mayors Council and others.
Across much of Washington State the exclamation “The Mountain is out!” turns heads and unites hearts around our mutual love for Tahoma (Mount Rainier) and the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. This blog post explores the provenance of the names applied to the tallest of Cascade peaks.
We are excited to announce our next Cascadia Diplomat Training May 11 & 12 to launch this years Cascadia Culture Week.
The Cascadia Department of Bioregion is proud to announce the completion of our first bioregional flag design workshop held in New York City, in the Laurentia Bioregion of North America. It included with attendees from three different North American bioregions and focused on how bioregional flags differ from national flags, and the importance of symbols that represent place.
The Cascadia Department is excited to announce our first Cascadia Diplomat training taking place in Seattle. Diplomats represent Cascadia, are long term volunteers that undertake projects, manage departments and committees, and make the Cascadia movement happen.
A newly released study shows that British Columbians feel a stronger Cascadian affinity to the south than with their eastern Canadian counterparts. In total - 54 percent of British Columbians felt they had the most in common with Washington state, 18 percent picked California while just 15 per cent chose Alberta, 9% percent chose Ontaria, and less than 3% chose Manitoba, Saskatchewan or another Canadian area.