A Permaculture Design Course in Giza, Egypt (14-25 Feb, 2013)

The pyramids of Giza

Nawaya is pleased to announce its first Permaculture Design Course offered by two international instructors: Rod Everett and Mill Millichap.

A Permaculture Design Course is a 72-hour intensive hands-on course that equips you to learn and practice how to design your land and life using permaculture principles.

What: Permaculture Design Course
Where: Camping Fagnoon Art School, Maryoutia Canal Road, Giza, Egypt
When: Thursday the 14th February to Monday the 25th February, 2013
Teachers: Rod Everett and Mill Millichap
Cost: 600 Euros with accommodation (Potential for discount for Egyptian local residents)
Flyer: Download here (3mb PDF)

Course Content Includes:

  • Permaculture Principles
  • Patterns and design
  • Landscape analysis
  • Building soil fertility
  • Water harvesting
  • Waste recycling
  • Sustainable buildings
  • Passive solar heating and cooling
  • Rocket stoves
  • Companion planting
  • Nature observation
  • Energy generation
  • Energy cycling
  • Transport
  • Economic
  • Nutrition and health
  • Natural medicines
  • Arid-Landscapes
  • Social challenges
  • Making music and dancing

Design your land and life using permaculture. Rod and Mill are inspired by the natural world and will share a lifetime of knowledge and experiences for the benefit of others.

For Reservations Please Contact:

  • Sara (at)

Fb: nawayaegypt

Note: Deadline (for 40% Downpayment) is January 24th, 2013


Rod Everett is an organic sheep farmer in North Lancashire, England. His farm hosts The Study Centre of the Middlewood Trust, where many courses on sustainable issues are run. He is interested in all of the little understood properties and potential of water.

Mill Millichap is currently creating a productive garden in the mountains of central Spain. His interest have included, forest gardening and fruit and vegetables, school gardens, and social and environmental activism.

One Comment

  1. Thanks for Hosting. Very needed in Egypt specially with the low awareness on global crisis among all niches of society. We hope to see more people adopting Permaculture to be able to face future challenging events. Thank you Nawaya!

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