Cascadia

Beautiful map of the Cascadia Bioregion designed by David McCloskey. More information at cascadia-institute.org

Cascadia is a bioregion that defines the Pacific Northwest of the United States and Canada through the watersheds of the Columbia, Fraser and Snake Rivers. It extends from Mt. St. Alias in South East Alaska in the North, through British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, parts of Idaho, and all the way down to Cape Mendecino in northern California.  This area is in many ways geographically, culturally, economically and environmentally distinct from surrounding regions. It is a place in the world with unique flora and fauna, topography, geology and is comprised of a interconnected ecosystems and watersheds.

The Cascadia Movement is a social and cultural movement to empower every person to be active and engaged in the issues they care about, an inclusive regional identity that move us away from toxic, negative and arbitrary boundaries and systems, and towards a positive vision we can all be working to create. 

On this page you will find articles, resources and presentations that help build the Cascadia movement for those who wish to delve in to a deeper level.


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