What is a Cascadian Business

Almost all of the urbanized portions of Cascaidia, an even more so when speaking of recent events, have strong association with the tech industry. As a consequence of a strong business acumen, other industries have seen growth as well. None of which compete with the high paying positions the tech industry normally offers, especially considering most of the applicants and recipents of such positons are of the white, young, educated variety. Tech bro has a been more recent , at least somewhat pejorative term to describe the assu,med attitude and behaviors of the majority of individuals filling such roles. A place based revolution has taken place, it would be impossible not to notice the changes that have come with it, but this doesn't have to at the derailment of bioregionalism. In Vancouver and Seattle, local politicians are directly incentived to partner with some of these large corporations; Lululemon, Amazon, Nintendo to name a few, to re-locate talented individuals from a…
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Welcome to the Cascadia Passport!

Announcing the Cascadia Passport: Your Guide to the Cascadia Bioregion. Travelers, inhabitants, hikers, citizens, adventurers, explorers, denizens, historians, and everyone in between - the Cascadia Passport is here! We are excited to announce our first full run of Cascadia Passports! It contains 56 pages full color pages covering the nine regions of the Cascadia Bioregion - including ecoregions and fun facts for each. With the Cascadia Passport, it is our hope to begin to shift thinking away from simply US, Canadian or other nationalities, and inspire people to begin to think locally, bioregionally and globally, as both a citizen of their watershed - and the world.

We also create this passport with full acknowledgement that we live on ceded, and unceded lands of dozens of First Nations and Peoples, and do so with respect, and list the lands and groups in each, using indigenous languages and Chinook for place names where…

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