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The Cascadia bioregion and how we defend it
Defined by some as “the watersheds of the rivers that flow into the Pacific Ocean through North America’s temperate rainforest zone, Cascadia, or the Pacific Northwest, extends from northern California to south-central Alaska—along a coastline once cloaked in nearly continuous rainforest—and inland as far as the Continental Divide.”
Cascadia Wildlands works with conservation colleagues throughout the bioregion, primarily in Oregon and Washington. We use a potent combination of grassroots organizing, litigation, coalition building, and policy to defend the wild places, waters and species of the bioregion. We set lofty conservation goals, and employ a diversity of time-tested strategies and tactics to achieve them.
we like it wild.