Svenja Meyerricks
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Svenja Meyerricks is now friends with Ruth Bush and Gehan Macleod
Jun 14, 2011
Rehema White and Svenja Meyerricks are now friends
May 5, 2011
Svenja Meyerricks updated their profile
Apr 19, 2010
Svenja Meyerricks left a comment for Ulrich E Loening
"i am very humbled at the sight of that cauliflower! i hope to be able to come by again later in spring when less busy, will be in touch about that. all the best for you & francesca, svenja"
Apr 18, 2010
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Apr 18, 2010
Svenja Meyerricks is now a member of Fiery Spirits Community of Practice
Apr 18, 2010

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Welcome! FierySpirits is for activists and professionals who are building vibrant, resilient rural communities. Tell us a little about why you'd like to join?
To connect with inspiring people and community projects - as an environmental activist and participatory research student.
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
Interests include community responses to climate change, human ecology, grassroots democracy, environmental justice, sustainable development, permaculture & food sustainability, popular & transformative education, spiritual activism, ecopsychology, action research, social anthropology... I'm especially interested in learning and exploring how to live and apply all of these in my own life and with the people, places and systems around me.

I grew up in Germany but am now based in Fife and in Glasgow, Scotland. I'm a current postgraduate student with St Andrews Sustainability Institute, at the University of St Andrews, and a volunteer for Venture Scotland, which runs outdoor transformative learning programmes with young people who've been disadvantaged by our unfair social & economic power structures, and currently for the Centre for Human Ecology (with whom I completed an MSc in 2008) as part of an inquiry group.

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At 15:31 on April 19, 2010, Nick Wilding said…
Hi Svenja...

Welcome into FierySpirits - hoping you enjoy the site and would be able to contribute too? I've often thought that it would be great to have many more CHE people join in, to help contribute ideas and experience to a wide constituency ... do post up blogs or resources you think might be of interest to folk
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