Bioregional Directory and Interactive Map
These bioregional (life-place) maps are identified bioregions. They were created and named by the people who live in them. They may overlap, include smaller bioregions, and grow or shrink over time. They have Soft Borders - transitions between them may be difficult to distinguish. The borders depend on climate, physiography, animal and plant geography, natural or human history, or other factors.
"Bioregion refers both to geographical terrain and a terrain of consciousness - to a place and the ideas that have developed about how to live in that place." - Peter Berg