1. Take Action in 30 Seconds or Less
Make Your Voice Heard
More than ever, the people of British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, south east Alaska and northern California, have a chance to take action on the things they care about - before it’s too late.
Sign our Cascadia Petition: Join hundreds of others and sign the petition to make Cascadia a reality.
Write to your Representative: Take your time and write your own content, or use one of our templates. We’ve made it easier than ever to write your representatives to express your support for Cascadia.
Submit a Policy you think we should endorse or take action about
Share a business or organization to our small business directory
Tag a photo or post with #Cascadia @Cascadiabioregion
2. Join Team Cascadia
Keep up to date with Cascadia movement news and calls to action
Become a Citizen: Buy A Passport
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Become a Member: Support this movement.
3. Take Action & Share with Friends
SPREAD THE WORD
Encourage your friends on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to contact their legislators in every state, and to spread the word.
Like us on Facebook, Tweet us @cascadiabioregion & @deptofbioregion, #Cascadia. Join our facebook group.
Cascadia Resources: Social Media Profile image Overlays and banner images:
Cascadia Shareables: images, pdfs, button sheets & more
Printables & Shareables
Social Media Shareables: Images & Memes to Share
1”, 2.25” Button Sheets
Silkscreens & Stencils
8.5x11, 11x17 Wheatpasting & Posters
Resources & How To’s
A Cascadian Field Guide to Wheatpasting
How to Open a Cascadia Meeting
Our Theory of Change
Dept of Bioregion Organizers Guidebook
Write an Op Ed to your local paper: Take your time and write your own content, or use one of our templates. We’ve made it easier than ever to write your representatives to express your support for Cascadia. When you’re published, make sure and email or tag us, and we’ll share!
Learn more about Cascadia, bioregionalism and the Cascadia movement.
A Brief History of Cascadia & the Cascadia Movement
Facts & Figures of the Cascadia Bioregion
Watersheds & Ecoregions
First Nations of Cascadia
Maps & Resources
TELL A FRIEND
Recruit five friends to help spread the word about Cascadia & the Cascadia Movement. The more people you can get to call their legislators, write a letter, or share the campaign—or who want to help with a project, spread the word in their community & build support - the more chance we have of ideas like Cascadia winning.
Become a Member
Join the Association
Every person is an ambassador for this idea, and every person is important at the Department of Bioregion -- from the individual supporter to the largest organizer and project. Members are key to for our advocacy at the state and local level. Members are our expert network for testimony, media interviews, panels, and webinars. Join with us to change the world.
For as little as $10/month, receive your custom Cascadia Passport, and become a member of the largest advocacy group for Cascadia and bioregionalism around the world.
Common Questions about Cascadia & the Department of Bioregion
What does the Cascadia department of bioregion do?
Right to Repair is simple. It requires manufacturers to provide owners and independent repair businesses with fair access to service information and affordable replacement parts. So you can fix the stuff you own quickly—and get back on with your life.
That sounds great! Who would be against that?
Well, manufacturers like John Deere and Apple don’t like the idea. When your tractor breaks or your cell phone stops working, they want to be the only people who can fix it. And they get to set whatever prices they want for parts and service.
Is Cascadia a new concept?
Nope! We already have right to repair for cars—that’s why you can take your Ford into a local mechanic. They have all the same software diagnostics and service manuals that the dealerships have. This is the result of decades of auto Right to Repair legislation—laws that have been a resounding success.
How can I get involved?
It’s time to fight for your right to repair and defend local repair jobs—the corner mom-and-pop repair shops that keep getting squeezed out. Write or call your legislator. Tell them you support the Fair Repair Act. Tell them that you believe repair should be fair, affordable, and accessible. Stand up for your right to repair in Washington!