A Bioregion

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Cascadian Agriculture Culture: Farm Visits, Farmer Interviews, and an Educational Video

When thinking of the lifestyle cultures that we share as part of the Cascadia community, agriculture culture is definitely one of the aspects that every Cascadian should be aware of if not a part of. With features like advantageous geographic features, weather conditions, and residents deeply invested in buying local, the Cascadia bioregion is an obviously place for an agriculture culture to develop.

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Equity and Local Economy: The Second Principle of a Bioregional Lifestyle

“Creating bioregional economies that support equity and diverse local employment and international fair trade.”

“Buy Local” signs or stickers are in the window of some shops you walk by. Maybe you have seen an advertisement for the local Sunday farmers market. No matter how big or small the city you live in, local goods and services are always available. Even in the face of large corporations and international businesses, a local mom and pop shop is always right around the corner. But why?

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