What If We Choose Regeneration Over Exploitation?
What if we choose to thrive together, rather than compete against each other?
To provide a safe space for people of all ages, genders, colors and
creeds to discover new & ancient ways of living in harmony with each
other & the Earth. In our circle of shared responsibility we
co-create Regenerative Culture to entrust a thriving web of life to
What is Culture?
Our culture is the story of who we are and how we got here, what is means to be human. It is the story we believe about why we are here, and what we are to do.
Culture is what drives our behavior.
We all contribute to this story everyday.
From the things we talk about and share with our networks, what we consume, the food we eat, the cloths we wear, the way we treat each other and the planet is all influencing our culture.
We Are Part of an Interconnected and Interdependent Web of Life.
Our events are by invitation only, and so for the most part everyone knows somebody at PermaJam.
In this way our community is responsible for the people who attend, this ensures that people are on their best behavior and this creates a safe atmosphere of trust.
NO drugs or Alcohol are allowed at our events.
We tell everyone at PermaJam to be present and aware, to watch after one another.
People of all ages, genders, colors and faiths:
We believe in equality for all.
PermaJam is an intergenerational experience with reverence for all life.
We treat men, women as well as non-binary equally. We respect people of all ethnicities and cultural/spiritual backgrounds.
Our community is a circle, and in that circle we are all united by the simple fact that we all come from the same Mother Earth.
New and Ancient Ways of living in harmony:
The word Permaculture was created by Bill Mollison in the 1970’s.
we feel it is most important to understand that the indigenous people of the Earth have been doing Permaculture for thousands and thousands of years.
In order to unite as people for the next seven generations, we must recognize this history and commit to transforming its legacy,—
we must Decolonize Permaculture.
Circle of Shared Responsibility:
At PermaJam one of our goals is to leave the land cleaner and healthier then when we arrived.
Everyone is responsible to clean up after themselves—to put food waste in compost bins, plastic, paper and glass in recycling bins and hopefully as little trash as possible in the appropriate bins.
We ask people to bring their own plates and utensils, we do not use disposables.
We ask everyone to volunteer, help and contribute in some way.
We feel this is the way we should live our life everyday.
Co-create Regenerative Culture:
Eco-conscious music and art; awareness and mindfulness; youth empowerment; bio-diversity; microbiology; minimal waste; Permaculture; symbiotic relationships; Indigenous Wisdom; natural building; meditation and yoga; foraging; tending the wild; plant medicines and herbalism; the earth is sacred; earth is our mother; we are all related; water protectors; 7 generations; soil health; air and water quality; growing food; composting; non-violent communication; gender equality; Racial equality; reconciliation; Restorative justice; social justice; healing; Web of life; interdependence; Reclaiming; decolonizing; be the change; conservation and preservation; liberation from fossil fuels, crypto currencies; alternative currencies; Community; act locally think globally; primitive skills; intergenerational; non-gmo; organic; Barter; gift economy and more!