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Cascadia Flag


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Puchase Cascadia flags from The Flag Shop.

Cascadia flag, also known as "The Doug Flag" (for Douglas Fir), is probably the most prominent flag of Cascadia.

Designed in 1994 by Portland native and professor Alexander Baretich, the blue represents the unpolluted sky, the Pacific Ocean, and the rivers and lakes that flow in Cascadia. The white represents the clouds and snow. The green represents the forests and fields.

The conifer tree found in a variety of species throughout the bioregion stands in defiance of storm, fire, and Man. The conifer tree represents the Douglas Fir, the Redwood, the Cedar, the Spruce, the Pine, and all other Evergreens.

$17.00 of each flag sold goes to the Cascadian Society.

About Cascadia Independence Movement:

Cascadia is the name of a bioregion and proposed country located within the Pacific Northwest of North America. Potential boundaries differ, with some drawn along existing political state and provincial lines, and others drawn along larger ecological, cultural, and economic boundaries.

The nation would consist of British Columbia, Canada, along with Oregon, Washington, and portions of other states from the United States. At its maximum extent Cascadia would extend from coastal Southeast Alaska to the north, extending into Northern California in the south, and inland to include parts of the Yukon, Idaho, Wyoming, and Western Montana.

As measured only by the combination of present B.C., Washington and Oregon statistics, Cascadia would be home to slightly more than 15 million people (15,105,870), and would have an economy generating more than $675 billion worth of goods and services annually. This number would increase significantly if portions of Northern California, Idaho, and Southern Alaska were also included.

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