The lone standing Douglas Fir symbolizes endurance, defiance & resilience against fire, flood, catastrophic change & even against the anthropocentric Man. All these symbols of color & icon come together to symbolize what being Cascadian is all about."
In a statement released, the Cascadians Against Hate Coalition stated that it "does not promote, permit, or condone any behaviors or actions of a sexist, racist, derogatory, or discriminatory nature . . . Moreover, we outright condemn all hate groups, their actions and ideas, as they run contrary to the core Cascadian bioregional beliefs and tenets. These groups threaten to undermine the sacred relationship between biodiversity and nature, which is the crux of life."
Available for pre-order now, CascadiaNow! is excited to offer our first ever run of Cascadia Rainbow Doug flags, just in time for LGBTQ events around the region, and screened here in Seattle, one of the hearts of Cascadia.
We want to see your Cascadia flags fly! Any doug flags flying, hanging, stuck, sewn, painted, or however you show your bioregional pride can be a part of Doug Flyin' Friday (#DougFlyinFriday) each week!
Folks down in Portland, Oregon are starting the Cascadian Flag Making Cooperative with the goal of producing locally made Cascadian flags! Alexander Baretich who is one of the founding members of this cooperative also the designed the Cascadian flag in 1995. How beautiful would it be for Cascadian Doug Flags to be made in region, upholding to all the principles and ideals of Cascadia, using locally sourced materials and a bioregional footprint?