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...

Letting Cascadia Emerge

Look at a map of the earth from space. Find where you live, your watershed, your bioregion…. sit and look at it… what shapes do you notice? what features? How does that impact or change where you live (the wind, the rain, the soil…...

Why is Bioregional mapping important?

Every day more than 200 million people use apps like Google Maps, Waze, Apple Maps and Map Quest. More than a billion users globally each month. In their quest for second by second data, these maps surpass even what Borges had envisioned. By using...