CascadiaNow! is excited to announce that we are hiring! We are seeking a skilled and AWESOME Cascadian to join our team as a Cascadia Program Officer. This role will help coordinate Cascadia programs and events, work with volunteers and interns, to get them plugged in, and work with social media to highlight and document the amazing diversity and creativity of the Cascadian social and cultural movement. Learn more here.
On Thursday, January 19th, Seattle CascadiaNow! helped host a self proclaimed 'Guerrilla Art School' at the Columbia City Church of Hope in Seattle that attracted several hundred people for a night of creative an artful resistance.
For those facebook users out there, awesome Cascadians have created this very nifty Cascadia Doug Flag overlay for your profile picture to help folks show support for Cascadia and the Cascadia movement.
By a unanimous vote of the CascadiaNow! Board of Directors, we are pleased to welcome True Blessings to the CN! family! True Blessings goal is to operate and maintain outreach, support, mentor, and resource services for low income families, at-risk youth, and immigrants in Pierce County, Washington areas.
Welcome Sammy Castonguay as the newest member of the CascadiaNow! board of directors. Sammy has been a long time supporter, an ambassador in Ontario, OR and is excited to raise awareness and education about Cascadia and bioregionalism.
The Cascadia Doug flag is a symbol for the natural beauty and inclusive inspiration that the Pacific Northwest provides, a direct representation of the bioregion. With more than a hundred thousand visits, and hundreds of orders in early November, we were caught by surprise, running out of our remaining stock of flags (which we thought would last well into 2017) in less than a day. A new stock of flags are on their way, and they will be going out as soon as they come in, though unfortunately not in time for the holidays.
Elona Underwood is a self-declared Cascadian fighting for fresh local food and sustainability. She works as farm manager with the LIttle White Salmon Biodiversity reserve which promotes education about habitat protection and sustainable agriculture.
CascadiaNow! is very excited to announce that it has teamed up with the Backbone campaign to help answer the call for more people and support at #StandingRock. We will be sending two buses, including our own Cascadia Bus (privately owned, not actually by us - we just love it!), and another vehicle which will join with other relief vehicles headed out that way.
CascadiaNow! is thrilled to welcome the End of Life Liberty Project (ELLP) to our family! By advocating for the rights of terminally ill individuals, the ELLP demonstrates a commitment to resilient and inclusive communities by empowering individuals facing end of life to make important decisions with autonomy and dignity.
Cascadia Convergence (formerly Rainingman) is a space for everyone interested in the idea of Cascadia to meet face to face, and have a great time camping. Each year, this awesome, fun filled, family-friendly weekend features art, music, presentations and workshops.