• Cascadian Independence on Wikipedia - The Wikipedia entry that gives a brief overview and history of Cascadian secession movements and their effects in pop culture. Also contains links to some articles and other Cascadian groups.
  • Facebook Group - Join 2000+ other members on our CascadiaNow! Facebook group. General organizing and everything Cascadia related
  • Facebook Page - Support our Facebook Page, stay up to date, and share our site with others.
  • CascadiaNow! on Twitter - 2000+ followers. 
  • Cascadia Subreddit - Join 5600 others and help contribute to the discussion. Submit news, articles, and anything interesting and Cascadia related.

Chapters and Member Groups:


Our Social Media Sites:

Other Cascadia Groups: 

  • Cascadia Matters (facebook)(twitter) - Cascadia Matters is a collective effort of writers, artists, educators and media activists. We aim to highlight the emerging ideas, struggles and times of our bioregion and beyond. 
  • Unifying Cascadia (facebook)  - Unifying Cascadia is a grassroots effort to bring Cascadian activists, change agents, and community resilience and sustainability folks together to promote alternative local economies, participatory deliberative governance, and a culture of gifting, sharing, and collaborating that can transform the social and environmental challenges of the 21st century into vibrantly alive, culturally rich, politically wise and physically sustainable forms of community in our region and the world.
  • Envision Cascadia - This is a open source bioregional mapping project of the Cascadian Bioregion. The end goal is a web guide that acts as an interactive tool that informs and educates about groups, organizations and businesses.
  • Republic of Zapatopi - A satirical website for Cascadia independence. Buy stamps, join the sasquatch militia and support local small businesses such as Microsoft and Starbucks. Support the PNW Tree Octopus!
  • Cascadia Institute -  This organization is a non-profit center dedicated to education about the distinctive character of the “greater Pacific Northwest” as a geographic, ecological, and cultural, region. It is run by David McCloskey, sociologist, and early founder of the term 'Cascadia'.
  • The Republic of Cascadia - Webpage has articles relating to history, ecology and to autonomy. Was the first serious site to promote a strong bioregionalism and advocate for a free and independent Cascadia.


Other Social Networking Sites:

In total, there are more than 40 different Cascadia related facebook groups, dozens more if you include pages, through the Cascadia Bioregionalism, Republic of Cascadia, or Free Cascadia names.

  • Occupy Cascadia (800+ Members) on Facebook
  • Free Cascadia (2500+ Members) on Facebook
  • Cascadia Bioregionalism on Facebook
  • Cascadia Pirate Party on Twitter
  • Vancouver Cascadia Party on Twitter


Cascadia Blogs:

Cascadian Chronicler - Advocating for social justice, peace, environmental justice, bioregionalism, and the poor.

FuckYeahCascadia - Tumblr blog about all things Cascadia. Accepts user submitted images, news and stories.

Photo Cascadia - A wonderful website by several professionals dedicated to photography in the Cascadian area.

Cascadian Radio and Music:

Cascadia Now! - Liberatory Art and Visionary Politics! ... an internet radio program broadcasting from the heart of occupied Cascadia, wednesdays 1-3pm on Rainydawg Radio.

Radio Free Cascadia and Radio Free Olympia 98.5 - Begun in Eugene, OR in 1998 but continuing today in Olympia since 2001, RFO is an unlicensed, direct action micro power radio station broadcasting at 100 watts on 98.5 FM in Olympia, Washington, Cascadia.

Free Cascadia Folk Anthology - Compiled by Gabriel Mindel Saloman, the Free Cascadia Folk Anthology is a continuing series of a free CD-r editions documenting the vast and diverse folk arts and music scene of the Cascadian region. Each edition is of limited release, but will also be made available as MP3's on the R76 site. This series of Cascadian field recordings will continue its run at The Little* Print Shop in the coming year. - CASCADIA.FM is a network of streaming radio and podcast shows based in the Pacific Northwest. The network was originally launched in September 2009 as PDX.FM and, as of September 2010, has approximately thirty shows that reach upward of 25,000+ unique listeners across the region and the world every weekday.

Our Life Cascadia - The Life Cascadia is about some of the good, cool, interesting and fun things about living in Portland, the state of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Each weekday, we dive into an optimistic look about what makes living here so special.

Air Cascadia on KBOO Portland Community Radio -  KBOO is a volunteer powered, non-commercial, listener sponsored, community broadcasting in Portalnd at 90.7fm, 100.7fm in Corvallis, 91.9fm in Hood River, and streaming to Oregon, Cascadia and the World!

Cascadia Yulegrass - World-renowned fiddle master Darol Anger will direct and perform. Exceptional among modern fiddlers for his versatility and depth, Anger has driven the evolution of the contemporary string band through his involvement with numerous path-breaking ensembles such as the Turtle Island String Quartet, the David Grisman Quintet, and his Republic of Strings.

Cascadian Black Metal - Cascadian Black metal is a genre of music coined by the Northwest Band 'Wolves in the Throneroom', originally from Olympia, Washington and has been compared with Scandinavian black metal, doom metal, dark ambient, crust punk, and folk music. Cascadian metal often rejects the traditional elements of black metal such as corpse paint, pseudonyms and satanic imagery. Drummer Aaron Weaver has said "Wolves in the Throne Room is not black metal, or, more accurately we play black metal on our own terms, for our own reasons. The genre is also associated with radical ecology, bio-dynamic farming and creating a nature-based occult worldview often focusing on themes of Apocalypse, transformation and modern society's lost connection with the natural world, often described as "eco-metal", "organic metal", "astral black metal" and often perform live shows outdoors or in venues only lit with firelight. 

Cascadian Beers

Secession Cascadian Dark Ale

Cascadia Ciderworkers United

Cascadia Rifllaundbrau - A Pilsners for the People

Cascadia Local Currencies and Money Exchange Projects:

Whidbey Island Currency Exchange - One of the few fully functioning local currencies in the United States.

Cascadia Commons Money Exchange - Efforts by the Cascadia Commons organization in Portland to establish a fully functioning currency exchange.

Salt Spring Islands Local Currency (BC) - Salt Spring Dollars are a community currency issued by the Salt Spring Island Monetary Foundation on our island of 10,000 residents. It has nearly universal acceptance so tourists and locals can all enjoy using this novel and beautiful money.

Shaw Island Local Currency (Barbados Dollars) - The Local currency for Shaw Island in the Suan Juan Island chain.

Environmental and Sustainability

The Cascadia Commons - A group for those who are dedicated to the concept of Cascadia, no matter what your political or personal ideologies are. Located in Oregon, they have a strong commitment to bioregional principles. Join today!

Cascadia Times Created to foster a broad public understanding of the environment of the Pacific Northwest, and the forces of politics, economics, science and community that influence it.

Cascadia Green Building Council The Cascadia Region Green Building Council promotes the design, construction and operation of buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live and work in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.

Cascadia Project The mission of the Cascadia Center is to support the development of a balanced, integrated, and expanded transportation system around the greater Cascadia region of Washington, British Columbia, and Oregon.

Cascadia Wildlands Project The CWP is dedicated to defending the forests, waters and wildlife of Cascadia by monitoring environmentally destructive projects and educating, organizing and agitating for a more compassionate and responsible relationship with the ecosystems of our bioregion.

Cascadia Research Collective Cascadia Research is a non-profit scientific and education organization based in Olympia, Washington, USA.

David Suzuki Foundation Since 1990, the David Suzuki Foundation has worked to find ways for society to live in balance with the natural world that sustains us.

The Cascadia Scorecard project The Cascadia Scorecard tracks the Pacific Northwest’s performance on sustainability in 8 key areas.

North Cascades Conservation Council The North Cascades Conservation Council was formed in 1957 "To protect and preserve the North Cascades' scenic, scientific, recreational, educational, and wilderness values."

The Coastal Society, Cascadia Chapter TCS Cascadia Chapter serves as a valuable forum for exchange of ideas for improving coastal and ocean management throughout the region.

Conservation Northwest Conservation Northwest works to protect and connect old-growth forests and other wild areas from the Washington Coast to the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia.