How can we generate an abundance of renewable resources, restore vital ecosystems functions, nurture solidarity, and create community cohesion & resilience? Request an invite to our fourth annual four day land blessing ceremony at Blossom Dell Sanctuary where we will create a safe space to explore these questions, learning from the land and each other as we manifest the world we envision in our hearts.
This 4 day camping event is a safe space for us to explore these questions, learning from the land and each other as we co-create the future we envision with our hearts and minds.
PermaJam is a bridge for EVERYONE to come back to the land, to find our true nature, and to collaborate together towards a vision of a Regenerative Culture and a thriving planet. Permajam attracts people who care for the Earth and are looking to connect with others to pave a new path forward. What we want is to feel that we are part of the solution, working with others, plugging into the movement in a way that will be practical and impactful on our shared future.
At Permajam we bridge ecology, sustainability, music, art, wellness, social justice and ancestral wisdom into an inclusive HOLISTIC Regenerative culture, re-weaving the web of life & interdependence through strong, healthy individuals, families, & communities re-learning what it means to be have a relationship with the land that sustains us.
Everywhere we look right now, our help is needed. How long will we wait? Come join us in this prayer for life as we discover how we can be of service to Mother Earth and our future generations. See photos of past events here
This is the 2nd year of a 4 year Permaculture Prayer:
-Year 1 Observation
-Year 2 Design
-Year 3 & 4 Implementation
By now with help from the community of Blossom Dell, Hawk's Nest & PermaJam, we've observed this 125 acre ecosystem;
we've learned about the bio-diversity; we've observed the community (social permaculture);
we've improved the infrastructure including the kitchen, showers, trails, camp sites,
and NOW we are beginning to formulate a whole systems design for Blossom Dell which is an on-going process.
Those who attend this gathering will be invited into the creative process of envisioning this Thriving Ecosystem.
Full schedule will be announced June 24th and will include:
Workshops - herbalism, permaculture, foraging, yoga, and more! (Includes activities for the children)
Sacred fire - this year we will welcome sharing from our community around the fire, bring your instruments, your poems, stories, share your visions and projects so we may uplift them with the power of our sacred circle.
Sweatlodges, Swimming, Hiking, and just a lot of being together, opening to the beauty, opening to the future and recalibrating in Nature.
This year we are changing things up quite a bit - everyone who attends will volunteer their time for 4 hours throughout the weekend, 2 hours every other day. This is going to be awesome! We will all have fun connecting with each other while we joyfully serve.
When you reserve your space you will be contacted by our volunteer coordinator to schedule your time.
You can volunteer in the kitchen, information booth, first aid, sweat lodge, fire tending, kids camp or clean up crew.
We may have to move you around depending on the communities needs.
We will be serving breakfast and dinner, with support from our local organic farms! Includes vegetarian and vegan options.
Bring snacks to eat around lunch time. Coffee’s and teas as will as other healthy snacks will be available for purchase. There are local markets within 10 miles as well if you feel a need to go shop.
Space is limited for 108 people.
Contribution is $108-$333 based on sliding scale.
(give more if you can, we support our organization through the generosity of our community)
To reserve your space please send your payment asap through PayPal to email@example.com
(It’s very helpful to us if you don’t wait until last minute)
If you have a vision of something you would like to offer at this gathering; if you have Medicine you would like to share; if you have questions; ride share or public transportation; or if you're interested in work trade (limited option); send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Things to bring:
Camping gear (tent, flashlight, natural soaps, toothbrush and toothpaste, pillows, sleeping bags, blankets, towels, rain gear, boots, sneakers, hat, bug spray, sun screen, water bottle, swimsuit), sweat clothes (long skirt or sarong for women, shorts for men), musical instruments, yoga mat, cooler, camping chair.
Things NOT to bring: Drugs or Alcohol