Brandon Letsinger

Bioregional Mapping: Defining Terms, Scale & Purpose

Bioregional Maps Bioregional mapping is process for creating maps that that set cultural and geographic information into natural boundaries and borders, rather than anthropocentric lines removed from context of place. Maps are not neutral, and many...

Why Bioregionalism?

A bioregional manifesto of place, identity and privilege. Look around you. Look to the TV, to news articles. To maps, and road maps and atlases. Listen to the talk of our politicians, our legislators. To the heated debates now tearing a part between...

Becoming a Bioregionalist: A Life Long Journey

Stop for a moment, and envision the world that you would want to live in, if all reality were stripped away. A world free of exploitation, where people lived happily, their needs met and in balance with their environments. What kind of society would...

Category - Applied Bioregionalism