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The Beehive House is a Permaculture Experiment Station, in south Brazil (www.casacolmeia.wordpress.com) designed by the couple-of Artists, Designers in Permaculture and bioconstructors Juliano Riciardi and Teresa Dominot, integrated to the members that make up the Collective permaculture (www.permacoletivo.wordpress.com).
A Casa Colmeia é uma Estação Experimental de Permacultura, idealizada pelo casal de Artistas-Bioconstrutores e Designers de Permacultura Juliano Riciardi e Teresa Dominot, integrada aos membros que compõe o Coletivo de Permacultores (www.permacoletivo.wordpress.com).
Situada no litoral sul de Santa Catarina, a 150 km da capital Florianópolis, a Estação Colmeia trabalha junto à sociedade com o intuito de ser um Centro de Referência em Sustentabilidade Ambiental, Econômica e Cultural, e tem o propósito maior de desenvolver uma nova forma de compreensão, percepção, ensino-aprendizagem e organização de aspectos básicos da vida humana como um todo.
O seu principal enfoque e linha de trabalho abrange a Produção e a Segurança de nossos próprios alimentos, a criação de Bio-Construções coletivas com arte, materiais naturais e reciclados, elaboração e disseminação de Economias e Culturas solidárias e Livres, o uso e o aprimoramento de Energias Limpas e Apropriadas, o viver com Saúde e Bem estar Físico-espiritual, a proposta e ativação de uma Educação para a sustentabilidade, numa escala prática-humana, baseada na vida doméstica e coletiva.
Para isso desenvolve anualmente em sua base diversos cursos, workshops e vivências de formação em Permacultura, Bioconstrução e Educação para a Sustentabilidade e outros, para o mais diversificado público.
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