WILDFLOWER BOOM, is a worldwide creative planting initiative and environmental art collective. The objective is to create an abundant natural food source for our pollinators and stimulate the world with natures uncontested beauty. The boundaries are unlimited, from community gardens to abandoned lots, schools, rooftops, public and private land. The world is our canvas! Join the BOOM!                                                                                   XX Plant Wildflowers everywhere!

WILDFLOWER BOOM, is a worldwide creative planting initiative and environmental art collective. The objective is to create an abundant natural food source for our pollinators and stimulate the world with natures uncontested beauty.

The boundaries are unlimited, from community gardens to abandoned lots, schools, rooftops, public and private land. The world is our canvas!

Join the BOOM!                                                                                   XX Plant Wildflowers everywhere!

 

Team

Chloe Norgaard
Founder
@chloenorgaard

Chloe Norgaard has loved wildflowers since living in Texas when she was three, where her parents would find her eating flowers in the garden. Her mom would take her and her brother for picnics in fields of wildflowers. Lately she has been spending a lot of time in cities and noticed that one big thing is missing: NATURE! Chloe's wish is to see colors, plants, and flowers everywhere, not only for the aesthetic value but also for the benefit of the Earth and its inhabitants, especially the butterflies and bees!

Chloe has graced runways and magazines internationally and is now studying at The New School. She loves to travel and colors (which is evident in her ever-changing array of colors in her hair). Chloe invites you to plant flowers EVERYWHERE, while making this world a brighter, happier, and flourishing habitat for our pollinators and all of Mother Nature's beautiful creatures.


Cole Miller
Founder
@bdcole

After attending the  School of the Visual Arts in New York City. Cole Miller served as partner and creative director for a leading NYC based 360-degree experiential marketing firm, managing and producing high profile, first class events for a number of Luxury Brands and Fortune 500 companies.

He was a founding partner in The House restaurant in Manhattan’s Gramercy Park, which prides itself on farm fresh local ingredients and an innovative artisanal cocktail program. The House, to this day, remains a highly successful, neighborhood favorite.

Cole has also done a great deal of freelance consulting focusing on hospitality and events. He provides a comprehensive creative approach which allows a turn key solution for all clients.

With a love for nature, and saddened by the terrible colony collapse of bees, Cole decided to use his extensive resources to provide awareness and action for these critically important and extremely fascinating pollinators.

After discovering a mutual passion for nature and art with his good friend Chloe Norgaard, the two created Wildflower Boom.


Our Mission — C.A.R.E.

CONSERVE a pollinator-friendly natural environment full of beautiful wildflowers.
ADVOCATE for bees and create awareness about their importance in our daily lives.
RESEARCH colony collapse and create a hub for bee science in New York State.
EDUCATE students and the public through onsite, offsite, and online programs.

We protect the bees of New York State through
Conservation, Advocacy, Research, and Education.

Honey bees and wild pollinators exert a profound influence on the health of our local ecology and farm communities. By pollinating flowers they enrich the biodiversity and stability of ecosystems. Bees are some of Earth's most important organisms, yet they are threatened by habitat loss, pesticides, and disease. New York Bee Sanctuary protects bees while helping New Yorkers connect with their environment. Find out where you fit in!

We are building a wildlife sanctuary for honey bees and pollinators in New York State, with programs to promote conservation of our vital insect friends.

 

@wildflowerboom