Permablitz Schedule: 2017-2018 Season
September 30th and October 1st, 2017 – Permablitz at Naylor Homestead, Leesville, Texas.
October 14th and 15th, 2017 – Permablitz for 1416 E Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas (SATX), Brian Gordon.
November 4th, 2017 – Goodwater Montessori Public Charter School, Randie Piscitello.
December 2017 – Millberg Farm. Tim Miller.
January 2018 – Zanzenburg Farm. Kayte Graham.
February 2018 – Welch Homestead, Woody Welch.
March 2018 – Darkside Brewery / Thigh High Gardens, Islas Rekrap and Hach Zalfin.
April 2018 – Munkebo Farm, Germaine Swenson.
May 2018 – Jones Homestead, Gary Jones.
Please bring a water bottle, gloves, shovels, rakes, hoes, mattocks, wheelbarrows, etc if you have them
Permablitz Daily Schedule Breakdown
Each Permablitz is unique in itself and are usually site specific depending on the project at hand. Though, these events have a general chain of events that are similar throughout. Generally digging and sculpting the earth to create rain water collecting berms and swales is carried out on Saturday. Planting edible, perennial, and beneficial plants, and installing drip irrigation, is completed on Sunday. Each day starts at 9am (come early if you want breakfast!) and can end anywhere from 2pm-5pm depending on what gets accomplished through the course of the day. Lunch is provided at every blitz and sometimes breakfast. See the flyer above for details.
Please come prepared! It’s best to always bring with you a canteen for water, snacks, protection from the weather-sun hat, sun screen, proper clothing for the weather that day, marked tools-shovel, hoe, pick axe, rake, pitch fork, digging fork, wheel barrow, planting tools, spade, and gloves. It is not necessary to bring every single one of these things but if you’ve got em, bring em! Please bring a $20 donation as well, so that we can keep these events monetarily sustainable. All of the money raised at these events goes directly back into the blitz fund. No profit is made.
–Canteen for water
–Appropriate clothes for the weather and something you can get dirty in -Your friends!
How to help:
If you have any extra vegetables or food that you have grown please bring it out to share!
You can also share this page and/or event with your friends! Here is the Permablitz Website as an alternate medium for sharing and information.
This is a community organized and run event that exists purely to serve the people. We organize this event to spread hands on permaculture knowledge to anyone who seeks these invaluable skills.
Please support the movement by
bringing a $20 donation
Every dollar goes directly back into these events supplying food and supplies. Thank you so much for your contributions, and for showing up to make these events happen!