Cascadia as a bioregion and idea, has a long and diverse history, stemming from the indigenous populations who lived and traded in the region, to it's most early settlers, before emerging as a more grounded concept in the 1970's into the movement it is today.
In this section, you will find a collection of essays and primary source material helping this amazing idea and movement.
CascadiaNow! has been lucky enough to receive an amazing cache of early Cascadia bioregional primary source and archival material available no where online. In 2016, we will be embarking on an aggressive strategy to make this material accessible, to build partnerships, and to use these as a tool to help raise awareness about Cascadia and the CascadiaMovement.
Part 3 of an essay series exploring Cascadia into the 20th century and beyond
The second part of an essay series exploring the early roots and history of Cascadia, taking us through the 1840's and Republic of Oregon into the 20th century.
The first of three essays exploring the early, mid and recent history of Cascadia, as a place, as an idea, and as a movement.