Award-Winning Cascadia Map

April 9, 2015
Splabman

David McCloskey’s map of Cascadia has been chosen to grace the cover of ESRI’s annual Map Book, which contains about 50 of the best new maps from around the world for 2014! David will officially unveil the new map at the Cascadia Poetry Festival in Nanaimo April 30-May 3. He will be giving a keynote address about Cascadia on Friday morning (May 1). Join us if you can! http://cascadiapoetryfestival.org/ Congratulations, David! 

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1 Comment

  1. David McCloskey

    Thanks, Paul–an unexpected honor!

    Will present “A Portrait of Home: Introducing the New Master Map of Cascadia”
    on May Day, 2015–consider it a biogeographical invitation to cultural independence!

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