The Cascadia Monthly – June Edition of our Newsletter Released
In this June edition of the Cascadian Monthly:
- Becoming Cascadian - By Nate Jenson
- Cascadian Caravan and Party to the Peace Arch, July 1st Weekend
- Cascadia Now! to partner at Portland Institute of Contempary Art (PICA) 2012 Symposium
- A Cascadian Whistle and Epistle, in Remembrance of Ernest Callenbach - by Brandon Letsinger, Geov Parrish, Ernest Callenbach
- Quaff Review #23: Secession Cascadian Dark Ale - by Andrew Barton
- The Tallest Sugar Pine, Umpqua Falls and Skookum Pond: Two Days in Umpqua National Forest - by John Williams
- Mega-Region Development and Governance: Divergent rationales and political actors at work in Cascadia’s high-speed rail corridor vision - by Wesley Regan and edited by Michael Hodges
- Cascadia in Pictures: May
- Wood Innovation and Design Centre at Forefront of Heavy Timber Construction - by Nicholas Sills
- Cascadian Peter Baum Finalist for the Tewaaraton Award
- This Month in Cascadian History: May - by Alex DeVeiteo
Featured Updates from around Cascadia:
- Portland Timbers and Cascadia Feature Prominently in Adidas Commercial
- Cascadian Rainbow Gathering
- Cascadia EarthFirst! Rendezvous
- A Big F***ing Party, Cascadia Soccer Day - July 14th
- Chapter Updates
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