Cascadia Spoke: Volume 1, Issue 1
In this issue!
- Feature Article: Protecting the Salish Sea and the Circle of Life by Paul Chiyokten Wagner
- Centering Cascadia by Lansing Scott & Brandon Letsinger
- Bioregioning (Verb) by Ed Tyler
- Introducing Deaf Nation
- Salmon Nation by Ian Gill
- Arte Noir and Black Spacification by Yogi Uriah
- The Case for a Human Rights Bioregion by Michael Caster
- Breathwork by Kim Goldberg
- Bioregional Catalysts
- Finding a Place to Take a Stand by Patrick Mazza
- Watershed Councils by Jeffree Mocniak
- A Local Cascadia by Matthew Choicej
- Decentralization of Needs by Austin Donofrio
- The Cascadia Flag: A Transformative Icon by Alexander Baretich
- What do we mean by “Decolonize Cascadia” by Jack DeVore
Artwork by Lisa Bade, Erin Fox, Jeffrey Linn and Trevor Owen.
Our first edition is printed in black and white, on a 34” spread (11×17” per page) on 20 pages on recycled newsprint in Seattle, Washington by Pacific Publishing. It was printed as part of a print run of 2000 copies and was partially funded through a 4culture grant.
The Cascadia Spoke is a 501(c)3 program of the Department of Bioregion, a project of love, and a volunteer run community newspaper.
Coordinating Editor: Brandon Letsinger
Layout Editor: Lansing Scott
Copy Editors: Sue Letsinger, Santiago Quiroga
Printed by Pacific Publishing in Seattle, WA