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Friday, May 9, 2014 from 11am-3pm
FREE EVENT! Cascadia, our bioregion in the Pacific Northwest if full of wild places, wild beings, and wild hearts. Take a break from work, classes and studying for a bit and join Rewild Portland and the Cascadia Branch of the Environmental Club in rooting in place. Learn about ancestral skills and technology. Play games. Have fun. Learn about what the wild ones are dealing with these days and find out how to take action. Rewild Portland promotes cultural and environmental resilience through the education of earth-based arts, traditions, and technologies. Our mission comes to life in the form of educational workshops, community-building events, art shows and ecological restoration. http://rewildportland.com/ The Cascadia Branch of the Environmental Club promotes bioregional awareness and taking action to keep Cascadia awesome. http://cascadia-pdx.org/
Saturday, March 22, 2014 from noon-5pm
Come one, come all - RSVP!! ...and bring your mudboots. We'll be doing a work party that both demonstrates and explains the reasoning behind soil building, the lasagna method, and what the heck is going on underground! Jordan Fink, our very own Mad Scientist will go as micro or as meta as you care to inquire about. Curious or just wanting to hang out with us Fostervillagers? Come on by! Bring snacks to share. Fostervillage is an eco-village built on a quarter acre in the Foster-Powell / Mt. Scott - Arleta neighborhoods to the south of Mt Tabor and north of Johnson Creek in the bioregion of Cascadia.
Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 8am-6:30pm
Organized by the creators of the film ["Occupied Cascadia"](http://cascadiamatters.org), Real Food Cascadia is a perennial gathering that aims to bring together some of the best and brightest thinkers and activists working to bring the promise of Ancestral Health home to the land, water, and Peoples living in the heart of Salmon Country. [Register Now](http://realfoodcascadia.org/event-registration/?ee=1). If page registration is not working, register by emailing autonomycascadia AT gmail.com directly. Venue details will be announced upon registration. Suggested Donation: $25-50. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Monday, September 9, 2013 at 9am through Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 3pm
9am through Sunday, September 15 at 3pm
@Umpqua Forest in Southern Oregon
A Cascadian Resilience Gathering is growing in the woods of Southern Cascadia. The Guild of Scholars, Scribes and Independent Posties (G.O.S.S.I.P., an unincorporated and autonomous mutual aid group) has called this Gathering during the week of September 9-15, 2013. We intend to create a safe time and space for Cascadians to share important information pertaining to resilience and network with their brothers and sisters, outside of the constructs of the empire. Essentially a week-long unconference in the woods, with skillshares, conversation, reverence for nature and music. The location is just east of Glide, Oregon—which is, itself, east of Roseburg, Oregon, and south of Eugene about 60 miles—in the Umpqua Forest of the Boot-heel of Cascadia, near a body of water called Fuller Lake.The site has a spring and plenty of parking and camping space. http://goo.gl/maps/6Qw2Q Emphasis on village building will be put on the 9th to the 13th, where we will be laying water lines, tapping springs, setting up water filters, digging shitters, building community kitchens, erecting workshops and common spaces. Our research tells us there should be a lift on fire restrictions, and we intend to have community fires. Groups are invited to add to the village as they wish to design their camps. RumorZ Cafe will be providing a community kitchen and coffee shop. The Guild will be providing a workshop and library space. Emphasis on education and networking will be put on the 13th to 15th, where we will be holding space for individuals with skills and ideas to share to do so in community. We encourage groups to to consider what they have to offer. Some proposed skillshares so far: cordage, treeclimbing, photovoltaic hacking, foraging, knackery, slings, bowmaking, sewing, navigation, shelterbuilding, horizontal facilitation, and banjo playing. Contributions and radical self-reliance are requested to help our community best thrive. We ask that folk bring what they need to survive and some to share, if possible. Gifts of skills and service are especially valued, especially if paired with the tools to serve our fellow Cascadians. We specifically ask that people bring food that is woods friendly (not going to spoil or leave trash) to donate to our community kitchen(s). Extra tarps and cord can always help. We specifically need waterline, otherwise we’ll be carrying many gallons from the spring. See you in the woods! For more information, contact artofabraxas AT gmail.com or call or text 503 877 4635