Behind the name Embun Pagi
One morning, I found myself sauntering amidst a shroud of mist. It sparkled with the radiance of the sun. The plants around me were wide awake, each leaf tingling with dew drop freshness, drinking in the first milk of the day, graciously poured from the earth’s bosom. This is how Embun Pagi which means ‘morning dew’ got its name.
People of Embun Pagi
Sabina Arokiam completed her Ecovillage and Permaculture Design Course in Oregon, USA in 2008. Upon her return to Malaysia, she founded Embun Pagi in the beginning of 2009 and has since been developing the site. She intends to become a full fledged permaculture teacher, and is now learning from the land and all the people who work, learn and teach at Embun Pagi.
Juergen Soecknick completed his Permaculture Design Course under Joe Polaischer in 2007. Since then he has been traveling around the world, visiting and working in permaculture farms. Currently, he is helping in the design and structural setup of Embun Pagi and is working towards becoming a permaculture teacher as well.
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