Memberships are here!

CascadiaNow! is a 100% supporter driven movement and organization. Our funding comes through small gifts, by sponsoring projects, our store and these memberships, which are a fun way to get unique Cascadia items out there, and make sure that our organization remains independent, transparent and accountable. You are the Cascadia movement, so join us, and get involved today!

Please note: Memberships take up to 4 weeks to ship


  • 3x5" and 2x3" Cascadia Flag Stickers
  • 10% Store Discount
  • Hard Copy Membership Card
  • Member Patch
  • 3x5' Nylon Cascadia Flag
  • All Member Gifts
  • 10% Store Discount
  • Member T-Shirt or 3x5' Nylon Flag ($120) OR 
  • Member Hoodie or Member        T-Shirt and Flag ($180)
  • All Member Gifts
  • 10% Store Discount
  • 3x5' Nylon Cascadia Flag
  • Member Shirt
  • Member Hoodie
     

Don't want to make it monthly? Click here to become an Annual Member

Also, if you would not like the the swag, you will have the option for 100% of your gift go to CascadiaNow!, projects and chapters.


2016 Returning Member Item

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The above items are items that every new member will receive upon becoming a member to CascadiaNow! To show our appreciation after a year, members will receive a unique, handcrafted and special gift, that will change each year, as decided by the members.

Based on our members choice, 2016 returning and founding members each receive this one of a kind, hand made Cascadia mug by local artists Lisa Bade and Erin Carlton. The mugs are a limited edition of 120, hand numbered, using clay excavated from the I-90 tunnel project from the 1990's rebuild in King County, WA, and crafted and fired over a six week creation process. They are blue and green, and feature the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus (of course!).

For 2015 Members: If your membership has lapsed - click here to renew.

About the Artists:

Erin Carlton is a teaching/ceramic artist living in Seattle, WA and has called Cascadia home for almost 20 years. All of Erin's work is original - everything is hand-thrown, and no two items are exactly the same, even within a set. Erin loves creating with clay because it gracefully dances between the craft and art world. Currently she is a high school ceramics teacher in the Highline school district where she is lucky to teach over a hundred students how to create awesome art with clay.

Lisa Bade is a socially engaged illustrator, teaching and visual artist who considers Cascadia home. Lisa's work has shown regionally from Seattle in the 1980's (through the Carolyn Harkness and Thrasher-Orth Galleries), to Vancouver BC (UBC in 2003), down to Portland (Tao Center 2012). She facilitates community arts workshops and skill sharing projects in North America and as a guest facilitator for the School of Peace in Asia. Lisa worked as an art teacher for more than 10 years and is passionate about developing critical, informed creative voice and empowerment in upcoming artists.


Why this membership?

YOU make this movement happen. Your efforts keep our organization independent and supporter driven, and right now, 100% of our funding comes from passionate supporters like yourself, through our non-profit store, small gifts and memberships. 

CascadiaNow! is a diverse group of passionate people interested in protecting the things we find special, and helping build healthier communities here in the Pacific Northwest. Two years ago at this time, CascadiaNow had less than 1600 likes on Facebook. Interest and support for the idea and movement has exploded, and we want to be able to build an organization able to protect the amazing things we love about this region, and live up to those ideals and dreams. Each of us has that power, and this is where we start. Support from this campaign goes directly to helping projects, events and groups across the Pacific Northwest. As a fiscal sponsorship organization, we enable the movement of money from funders to Cascadia projects, ideas, organizations, and activities.


Where does the money go? 

  • To CN! Chapters and Chapter Activities.
  • To keep CN! independent and supporter-driven.
  • To provide and create bioregional resources, services and opportunities.
  • To sponsor/co-sponsor events that engage community members by sharing their passions and skills.
  • Support projects, events and groups working to foster a strong and healthy bioregion.

Benefits of Membership 

  • CN! Membership card & swag
  • Preserve and protect a beautiful and amazing place
  • Discount on CascadiaNow! merchandise
  • Growing benefits and discounts as we build regional business partnerships