We promote peace and prosperity for the Cascadian bioregion and its inhabitants, while advancing the interests of Cascadia abroad.
Cascadia Illahee is the name of the land given by the people who live here and a bioregional movement to empower every person to be active about what they care about. We work to protect the things we love, grow a positive regional identity, increase the independence and autonomy of our bioregion, reverse harmful colonial mindsets and policies, and connect into a network of ethical and sustainable movements from around the world.
This is Cascadia, and we are Cascadian. We hope you join us!
cASCADIA IS YOUR MOVEMENT.
Defining Cascadia: Panel Discussion featuring Cascadia Magazine, Cascadia Rail, Cascadia Poetry Festival, Sightline Institute and moderated by Ian Martinez with Upzones Podcast.
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The Cascadia Football Federation is delighted to announce that they have arranged their first ever international friendly on the 26th May against the Chagos Islands. The game will take place in the U.K. at Beckenham Town FC who we would like to thank for their cooperation in creating this fixture.
This orientation is a shortened version of our weekend training. It will cover the basics of the Department of Bioregion, our theory of change, and what it means to be a Diplomat. After the orientation, each diplomat will be invited to join our Thursday parties (remotely or in person), and we reach one on one for additional on boarding.
Join us as we celebrate the longest day of the year in Cascadia at the annual Freemont Solstice Parade and Naked Bike Ride. This year we will be focusing around a riding contingent painted in the Cascadian colors, and cycling as a block of blue white and green!
2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots; the spark that ignited a global upraising for LGBTQI+ rights that continues today. This special year, the Department of Bioregion’s Seattle PRIDE Parade contingent will commemorate the activists and leaders of that storied event: Marsha P. Johnson & Sylvia Rivera.
The annual Cascadia Convergence is a space for Cascadians to come together to share, learn, connect, and celebrate, and the rest is up to you! What do you have to share with your fellow Cascadians, how can we build a stronger, more just bioregion together? Why is learning about bioregionalism important? How can we best connect with each other and our beautiful space on this planet? What are the best ways to celebrate our love of Cascadia?
In true NW style, we create our festival together and are seeking diverse participation from our region and beyond. Three days of camping with music, art, workshops, performances & artisan vending at the beautiful Masonic Family Campgrounds in Granite Falls Washington! One hour NE of Seattle.