The Pacific Northwest is a picturesque and serene region of North America, but it’s much more than that. It’s a region that has produced an ethos all its own. There’s a reason we feel different from the rest of the United States and Canada, regardless of where in this region we live. We’re not just Americans and Canadians living in a distant corner of the continent: we’re Cascadians. To us, this isn’t the Pacific Northwest. This is Cascadia.

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Cascadia & Bioregionalism: A Rejection of Exclusionary Identity Politics

When it comes to political ideology, Cascadia is not a partisan idea. Cascadia is a bioregional idea. One key component of bioregionalism is recognizing and acknowledging that our societal identity—our shared sense of civic belonging—is shaped from the bioregion itself.

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