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Aurelia Weintz
Berlin, Germany
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Sakkara, EG


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Permaculture Egypt Strawberry Fields Eco Lodge Quail Springs Permaculture
Adam Molyneux-Berry Alex McCausland Alexandre Gilbert Amr Gharbeia Asmae Bee Betty Khoury Bron(wyn) Elliott Carly Gillham Caroline Odoz Christoff Schneider Frank  Wolf Galileo Monnet-Martin gamal ali Grifen Hope Hani Eskander Hubert de Kalbermatten Hunter Heaivilin João Gonçalves Karl Ahnee Lilian Ricaud Maged El Said Max Vittrup Jensen Mohammad Saleh Mustafa Fatih Bakir Sanjeet Dabral Sharon Carr Simon Addison Starr Brainard Tessa Sare
Adam Molyneux-Berry Alex McCausland Alexandre Gilbert Alice Gray Betty Khoury Brad Lancaster Carly Gillham Dominique de Bruin elin lindhagen duby Fouad Yammine Geoff Lawton Hunter Heaivilin Lilian Ricaud Maximilian Boes Murad J.R.ALkhufash Mustafa Fatih Bakir Paulo Mellett Ryan Harb Sanjeet Dabral Sara El-Sayed Theresa Khalil Troy Ansley Warren Brush
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About Aurelia Weintz

Aurelia Weintz, half Mauritian, half German, was raised and studied in many countries. Her studies in political science at the American University of Paris, were what instigated her move to Egypt, particularly Sinai. Living at the Red Sea for over a year was a life changing experience. Aurelia worked at a German owned beach camp working with Bedouins, and as part of their environmental mandate, built several geodesic domes. Her interest then drifted to traditional handicrafts, where she took an interest in local traditions, Ethic fashions, allowing her to travel all over Egypt. Aurelia's consistent need to connect with new people brought her to Cairo, where she worked for a local NGO with youth on outdoor environmental and science education. She began her journey as a teacher/facilitator making environmental leaning fun and engaging for children, as part of this learning Aurelia developed a garden used for educational purposes, and embarked on yet another journey of discovering Permaculture. Her knowledge made her realize its importance for Egypt. Shortly after the Revolution, Aurelia traveled to Jordan to attend a PDC, visiting permaculture projects in Palestine in an attempt to understand adaptation to arid zones. Since then, she has been working for Nawaya, a grassroots initiative that focuses on training small-scale farmers, as well as promoting permaculture concepts to interested city dwellers. One of her central tasks at Nawaya has been being Egypt's coordinator for Slow Food's 1000 Gardens in Africa project. Aurelia will continue to mesh her many interests to weave a world around her that adds value and optimizes on local resources.


My Permaculture Qualifications
Pri verified
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Verifying teacher: Geoff Lawton
Other Teachers: Brad Lancaster, Warren Brush, Bill Mollison
Location: aman
Date: Sep 2011
Other course unverified
Ecovillage Design Education
Type: Gaia University
Verifying teacher: Bitshilualua Bashala
Other Teachers: Paulo Mellett
Location: Sustainability Institute Lyndoch South Africa
Date: Jan 2012

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