Bloom Network is an international community of people and projects working toward regenerative cultures. Through meetups and hands-on actions, local Bloom chapters build capacity and relationships across diverse movements for positive social change. They also help the general public find these movements and participate. Together they are creating social equity, food security, climate restoration, and using the arts as a way to find common ground.
The organisation was established in 2016, forming a peer-led organization, so that leaders on the ground who have real relationships with communities could co-direct how they work together and share resources toward regeneration.
They have gathered over 30,000 participants and started over 50 local chapters on six continents. Over 50 initiatives have been incubated through Bloom chapters. Specific local achievements include several public festivals for local food and local regenerative/holistic entrepreneurship that bring together over 10,000 participants each time they happen, to build better connectivity in a region and celebrate local economies.