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The Cascadia Spoke will always be free of charge. Sign up to receive a copy of the Spoke four times a year in the mail.

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Receive a bundle of (30) papers twice a year. Covers printing and mailing costs and helps us know how many to print.

Spoke Supporter



Support our work and get an awesome DOB shirt while you’re at it. 40 people giving at this level cover our printing and mailing costs.

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Your support means the world to us. Thank you! Help us grow the Spoke and get a cool DOB Hoodie if you’d like one.

The Cascadia Spoke will always be free of charge, and ad free. When you sign up, you will be asked to create a user account. This lets you maintain your own address and contact information, rather than us trying to do it. Easily adjust your member level anytime. Anyone can sign up for bundles. Paid bundles and supporter subscriptions are included in our print run size and cover their own postage.

Until we get a better mailing permit, each bundle costs us $8 to ship. Upon printing, we will send as many bundles out for free as our budget allows.

About the Cascadia Spoke

The Cascadia Spoke is a 501(c)3 program of the Department of Bioregion, a project of love, and a volunteer run community newspaper. If you like the work that we are doing, or what’s in it – please think about donating as a monthly or annual member.

All gifts are tax deductible. Gifts can be made monthly, quarterly or annually.

The Cascadia Spoke is mailed out four times a year. Our two main issues go out for Winter Solstice and Summer Solstice. For the equinoxes we send bulletins around the themes “An Invitation” in Spring, and “Celebrations/Reflections” in Fall.

We are hoping that 40 people will join us sustaining members at $10/mo, all that is needed for printing and distribution costs of mailing four times a year. 

If you have an art piece, piece of poetry, article, update, or any type of contribution you would like to see included – please do.

Coordinating Editor: Brandon Letsinger
Layout Editor: Lansing Scott
Copy Editors: Sue Letsinger, Santiago Quiroga

Printed by Pacific Publishing in Seattle, WA
ISSN 2835-3455

Thank You!

The Department of Bioregion, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are a grassroots movement born out of passion and a love for bioregionalism. Your support means the world to us.