Wednesday, April 3 2019, 7-9:30pm

After years of requests, we’re finally hosting the first local Bloom chapter event in Nevada City, California, at Elixart on Broad Street.

We acknowledge that these are the ancestral homelands of the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe.

Formerly Evolver Network, Bloom Network is a global in-person social network that utilizes online tools to collaboratively work toward regenerating our planet.

Join fellow entrepreneurs, activists, artists and visionaries to connect, share info & resources, and collaborate toward improving the regenerative well-being of our community, ecosystem, and the world.

Like William Gibson once wrote, “The future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed”.

At this event, we’ll start with an introduction to what we mean by regenerative culture, and then do “speed dating” networking for everyone to meet each other and get to know what regenerative activities you’re actively involved in or are interested in.

Our monthly meetup at Elixart will feature skillshares, community discussion, and networking. We will do this in synch with Bloom Network’s quarterly theme.

Bring your curiosity, your wisdom, and a willingness to respectfully connect with one another. ♥

Donations accepted to support Bloom Network’s mission.

The current theme is regenerative culture. What is it?

In regenerative culture, people and companies create the conditions for more life, more diversity, more resilience and anti-fragility. Most indigenous cultures live regeneratively and have done so for millennia.

This looks like a wide variety of things depending on the context and location. It could be a community food forest, restorative justice or indigenous solidarity. It could be a company changing their supply chains to support local cooperative makers. It could look like installing a greywater system so any water you use for showers or dishes is recycled to water plants.

As we face climate change and rapid economic shifts as a global civilization, there is a need for people everywhere to adopt regenerative practices, and to change many industrial systems from extractive to regenerative wherever possible.

We hope that you’ll get involved to learn more and share what you know!