Below you will find a directory of independent groups, organizations, businesses and causes dedicated to the Cascadia movement to strengthening our bioregion's communities. Make sure to show them some love!
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The Cascadia Association Football Federation (CAFF) is an all grassroots and volunteer organization dedicated to seeing Cascadia represented through the wonderful sport of football.
CascadiaNow! is the largest 501(c)3 organization dedicated to raising awareness of bioregionalism and the Cascadia movement. They are an umbrella non-profit, that sponsor and host a wide variety of programming in the PNW.
The Cascadia Climate Action Calendar is the largest one stop shop for all climate related events happening in the Pacific Northwest.
The Cascadia Convergence is a campout and gathering for bioregionalists and Cascadia supporters that happens each year, and includes workshops, music, food and fun.
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The Cascadia Film and Dance Festival grew out of the desire to connect and highlight the amazing culture brewing here in the Pacific Northwest. They feature movies and film festival throughout the region each year.
Cascadia Education Project offers educational, participatory, and collaborative opportunities to the public of the Cascadia bioregion for the purposes of fostering an awareness which holds local culture and ecology as foundations for the sustainable and holistic reinhabitation of the bioregion.
Cascadia Magazine is a Daily Newsletter on the latest news and happenings from around the Pacific Northwest.
The Cascadia Institute is run by David McCloskey, former Seattle University professor, and one of the founders the idea of Cascadian Bioregionalism, and designer of some of the most widely used maps of the area.
CascadiaNW is a music, culture and arts festival that happens each year near Granite Falls, WA on 200 acres of old growth Masonic Land.
Free Cascadia is a web site and facebook group adminstered by Alexander Baretich, designer of the Cascadia Flag.
The Cascadia 55th is an inclusive scouting association that welcomes all scouts - regardless of gender, religion or sexual orientation.
The Cascadia Cup tracks the supporter created competition between the Portland Timbers, Seattle Sounders, and Vancouver Whitecaps.
Yes Cascadia is an organization and website dedicated to the peaceful independence and autonomy for the Pacific Northwest.