Cascadia Doug Flag

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Cascadia Doug Flag

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****AS OF NOVEMBER 22, THIS ITEM IS PRE-ORDER ONLY. YOUR FLAG(S) WILL SHIP BY MARCH 1, 2017****

Cascadia Doug Flag! Show your Cascadia pride with outdoor ready nylon Doug Flag!

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Designed in 1994 by Portland native and professor Alexander Baretich, it can increasingly be found in cities throughout the Pacific Northwest. The blue of the flag represents the moisture rich sky above and Pacific ocean along with the Salish Sea, lakes and other inland waters. Our home is of continuous cascading waters flowing from our sky and mountains back to the Pacific. For Cascadia is a land of falling water from the Pacific to the western slopes of the Rockies and Cascades where water cycles as vapor and then rain and snow to run through creek and river back to the Pacific. The white represents snow and clouds and the green to represent the evergreen forests and fields of the Pacific Northwest. The lone standing Douglas Fir symbolizes endurance, defiance and resilience, named for explorer David Douglas, the first written account of the bioregion as a land of cascading waters and from where our primary mountain range takes its name. All these symbols of color and icon come together to symbolize what being Cascadian is all about.

THIS IS CASCADIA AND WE ARE CASCADIAN.