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Autumn 2013 – Welcome to Cascadia: Portland’s Zine and Resource Guide
Free per piece
The 3rd issue of Portland’s “Welcome to Cascadia: Zine and Resource Guide” – featuring 32 pages of awesome articles, art, poetry, and resources. Also available for free as a PDF.
Shield Doug Patch
$4.00 (USD) per piece
Now accepting bitcoins! A crest patch featuring both the Doug and “Cascadia” spelled out. This is a high-quality embroidered patch. It’s approximately 3×2 1/2″. Iron or sew on (sewing recommended). Add it to your bag, jacket, hat, purse, underwear…wherever you feel the need to Doug it up.
Rectangle Doug Patch
$4.00 (USD) per piece
This is a high-quality embroidered patch. It’s approximately 2×3½”. Iron or sew on (sewing recommended). Add it to your bag, jacket, hat, purse, underwear…wherever you feel the need to “Doug” it up.
Heart in Cascadia Sticker
$2.00 (USD) per piece
Show your bioregional love with this vinyl sticker. This design is a great conversation starter with those who aren’t familiar with the shape of Cascadia. Do keep in mind that these are boundaries, not borders. Borders are created by Nation-States in order to control populations. Bioregionalism does not support the division of groups of people. Instead, these boundaries help us imagine the many layers of interlocking relationships found in the bioregion of Cascadia. Sticker is 2×7″, vinyl cutout – not square.
Bioregional Cascadia Flag 3x5ft, Polyester
$20.00 (USD) per piece
Now accepting Bitcoins! This is one of several Cascadia flag designs. Alexander Baretich, a meme warrior, created this version of the Cascadia flag over a decade ago for Cascadia. Since then it’s been featured on beer bottles, at soccer games up and down the Cascadian bioregion, and as a symbol of resistance during public actions for ecological, social, and civic justice. The flag design, lovingly known as “the Doug” has been registered with Creative Commons. Smaller bike flags are definitely something we’re looking forward to. Currently, this 3x5ft flag is made of polyester in China. We are [...]