A literary showdown deciding who represents Rain City Poetry Slam at the 2017 National Poetry Slam in Boulder, CO. Poetic passion? Healing, humanity, and howling harangues? Daring declamations of derring-do? You'll see all that and more!
CascadiaNow! is seeking an environmentally-minded and independently working volunteer student intern to help reduce our operational footprint.
"Reducing the need to travel, and encouraging low and zero carbon modes of transport to reduce emissions." (From One Living Planet) Cascadia Makes It Work: Interview with Seth Stark from the Washington State Department of Transportation
A poem by CascadiaNow! Ambassador Wally du Temple inspired by the interviews by Earl K. Pollon and S. S. Matheson conducted with native Sekanni peoples who were negatively effected by the flooding of their communal homelands by the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam in BC, where another dam down stream, The Site ‘C’ Dam, is now being planned.
Lyanda Lynn Haupt brings us the eloquent philosophy of urban wilderness and shows us the joy in keeping our eyes open to the ordinary. Crow Planet shows us the beauty and wonder in the smallest and seemingly ordinary wilderness that leaks into our city lives.
Cascadia NW is more than a three day music and arts festival. It is an event that will be unique and remembered differently each year. This year's festival was packed with art, music, performances, vendors, workshops, community and magic of Cascadia set in the forests of the beautiful Maisonic Family Park near Granite Falls, Washington.
This is the story line of The EvoAngel, a “mushroom thriller” by Ellen King Rice that is set in the Pacific Northwest. The book includes eighteen pen and ink illustrations of local fungi by Olympia artist Duncan Sheffels and incorporates many details of how bodies respond to changes in the environment. The EvoAngel recently received an Honorable Mention at the San Francisco Book Festival
“Supporting sustainable and humane farming, promoting access to healthy, low impact, local, seasonal and organic diets and reducing food waste.”
Do you know where your food comes from?