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Cascadia Rainingman Ticket Booth
Twenty incredible reasons to get your Rainingman tickets right now:
Eight Cascadia culture focused presentations and skill sharing sessions, seven Cascadian bands, a poetry collective, a Cascadia Unconference and a freak show enjoyed with fellow CascadiaNow! enthusiasts in a beautiful Pacific Northwest setting... Read more
***Contact us for Rainingman tabling and volunteer information!***
Rainingman Tickets
The CascadiaNow! mission is to cultivate a resilient and inclusive Pacific Northwest community.
CascadiaNow! Booth
Did you see CascadiaNow! at Cascadia NW Arts & Music Festival, the Snohomish Forest Campout or Seattle Hempfest? We love connecting with fellow Cascadians and if we missed you, we hope to see you at an event soon!
Upcoming events:
September 4 - 7, 2015

The Inaugural Imagine Festival
Join Our Team!

CascadiaNow! is hiring a Development Manager. If you love Cascadia, are dedicated to a culture of philanthropy and appreciate the value of a healthy database, then you may be an awesome addition to the CN! team. Read more...
CascadiaNow! Store Updates
Cascadia Bike Jersey
Cascadia Doug Flag Lapel Pin
Cascadia Coin
Bike Jersey's are back on preorder!
We have a Cascadia Doug Lapel Pin, silver Cascadia bioregion coins and much more! Items from our store help you show your Cascadian pride and support our educational nonprofit.
Help Us Help You
If you have an idea, group or activity educating and/or celebrating Cascadia culture, CascadiaNow! wants to highlight your efforts. Please contact us to learn more.
Congratulations to the Lummi Nation on the beginning of their 2015 Totem Pole Journey!

"We kill the Earth as if we [have] a license to do it. We destroy life on it as if we were superior. And yet, deep inside, we know we can’t live without it. We’re all a part of creation and we have to find our spot in the circle of life. We’re concerned about protecting the environment as well as people’s health all the way from the Powder River to the West Coast. We’re traveling across the country to help unify people’s voices; it doesn’t matter who you are, where you are at or what race you are–red, black, white or yellow–we’re all in this together.”
~ Master Carver Jewell James

Lummi House of Tears Master Carver Jewell James – photo by James Leder

Check the schedule to see if the totem pole is coming to your part of Cascadia and be a part of the journey.
The Great Canadian Shore Cleanup
Now through November 30th, Canadian Cascadians can coordinate or participate in a shore clean-up. Find details here.
Salmon will soon be spawning, Cascadia. How do you celebrate the giver of life?
The Yurok Tribe's Klamath Salmon Festival, Klamath, CA August 22nd
Pink Salmon Festival, Vancouver, BC, August 30th
Wild Salmon Festival, Lumby, BC, September 12th
Skagit River Salmon Festival, Anacortes, WA, September 12th
Wenatchee River Salmon Festival, Leavenworth, WA, September 19th
Horsefly Salmon Festival, Horsefly, BC, September 26th & 27th
North Mountain Park Bear Creek Salmon Festival, Ashalnd, OR, October 3rd
Issaquah Salmon Days, Issaquah, WA, October 3rd & 4th

Did we forget to include your favorite salmon spawning celebration? Please email cascadiacm@gmail.comand tell us how you celebrate the return of the giver of life to Cascadia rivers.
Turn your love of the Cascadia bioregion into action! Become a CascadiaNow! is seeking Cascadia Cultural Ambassadors. Contact for volunteer opportunity details.
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