PRFM Founder & Permaculturalist
Peppi Gauci holds an MSc in Architecture, Advanced Environment and Energy Studies, (AEES, University of East London) Center for Alternative Technology Wales. He is also a very experienced permaculture drylands designer and teacher. Peppi has worked on a number of projects from Australia to Bali, Malta & UK. He has taught numerous courses to a wide range of students from different backgrounds and walks of life. He is also the founder of the PRFM and has been designing and tending to Bahrija Oasis for the last 14 years.
Greta Muscat Azzopardi
PRFM Co-administrator, Documentationist
With a Geography background and years of experience in publishing, marketing and writing, Greta supports PRFM by finding the most efficient yet meaningful ways of communicating the vision and work of the Foundation. She also works with Peppi, Simon and a wider circle of engaged humans to map out the work of the Foundation and hold steady to the vision whilst weaving in tangent projects that work to further it.
Simon Paul Sutton
PRFM Co-administrator, Communication & Truth Officer
Simon is supporter and communicator and his skills in this field are a great contribution to PRFM. Over the past 10 years Simon has been mentoring individuals, facilitating retreats, workshops and talks on self love, transparent communication and emotional release. Sharing his passion for life in festivals, schools, corporations and independently.
He has gained many skills for living from his varied background of crime, to professional actor, personal trainer, project manager and now speaker, author and facilitator. Simon was introduced to Peppi in 2013 and was instantly fascinated in Permaculture, its principles for living life in harmony with nature and its ability to support humanity’s evolution. Since then he continues to learn. His skills fit perfectly in the social aspect of permaculture.