Gallery of Bioregion Maps
Cascadia was the first bioregion named in the 1970s during the Deep Ecology movement. The Cascadia bioregion is defined: “...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 Southern Alaska – along a coastline once cloaked in nearly continuous rainforest – and inland as far as the Continental Divide.” Decolonial Atlas This image inspired the vision for the Cayuga Basin bioregion map.
Here find links to see bioregion maps from the Salish Sea Project in British Columbia and from India and Southeast Asia. Know of other bioregion maps? Please send links to ... Thank you!