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Distributed Manufacturing // Bioregional Production

This wiki article is the anchor for Bloom's ongoing topic of Distributed Manufacturing and Bioregional Production, or more simply, Localized Production. Every six months we host a webcall on this topic featuring movement leaders, and we document the projects and...

Network Partners

Bloom intermittently hosts public calls with partner networks, to better develop relationships and connections across networks working on goals that overlap with regenerative cultures. Here's where you'll find where to connect with the projects and people in these...

Videos About Regenerative Agriculture

Here are a few primer videos on what regenerative agriculture is, how it restores access to good livelihoods, pulls carbon into the soil out of the atmosphere, and its implications for cultural revival and reduced conflict....

Regenerative Policy Frameworks

(in progress)These policy examples have been developed to support healthy, just, thriving communities in connection with the lands and resources they live within. If you know of a policy that should be added to this list, please message us. New Economy Coalition's...

Regenerative Fashion Wiki

The fashion industry is the second most polluting industry on the planet. From shipping clothes, to chemical dyes getting into rivers and permanently destroying them. Not to mention labor conditions in many factories. There is a different way, older ways, that are...

Climate Related Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation

Topic Description This wiki article lists regenerative methods people are using to reduce the severity of climate-related disasters. It also links to specific projects that can be replicated or referenced in local actions. These resources are compiled through Bloom's...

Rocket Stoves

What Are They? A rocket stove is an efficient, hot burning stove that uses an insulated vertical chimney and can run on small branches. Why Make One? They use less fuel and create less emissions. It’s possible to make one yourself, and they can be used for a variety...

Regenerative Movements

List in progress! Is there a movement you’d like to see listed here? Contact us here. Our intention with Bloom Network is not to circumscribe people into one movement or into our “brand”, but to help people find regenerative spectrum activities and groups they can...

Regenerative Culture Examples

TLDR; It’s about nurturing and creativity, + circular systems that build life, as opposed to extractive ones that create sickness and inequality. Holistic Regenerative workplace – a sketch, please add to it if you think of thingsBuckminster Fuller Institute – the...

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