IPEVI - Instituto de Permacultura Vale do Itajaí
IPEVI - Instituto de Permacultura Vale do Itajaí
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Commenced:
01/01/2018
Submitted:
19/06/2019
Last updated:
19/06/2019
Location:
Rua Heinrich Hemmer, 1070 - Badenfurt, Blumenau, Santa Catarina, BR
Phone:
47 99696-9115
Website:
http://www.facebook.com/ipevi
Climate zone:
Warm Temperate





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IPEVI - Instituto de Permacultura Vale do Itajaí

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Nasce em 01 de Janeiro de 2018 o Instituto de Permacultura Vale do Itajaí (IPEVI), um núcleo de contribuição coletiva e educação para a liberdade individual. Temos o propósito maior de ser um centro de referência em Permacultura no Vale do Itajaí, buscando ser a mudança que queremos ver no mundo, através da criação de ambientes sustentáveis e produtivos. Disponibilizamos um local permanente para práticas de bioconstrução, agricultura sintrópica, manejo de águas, telhado verde, meliponicultura, entre outras técnicas, além de um centro para estudos e pesquisa sobre ecologia com foco na Permacultura. Buscamos aprimorar a interação coletiva, ferramentas para planejamento social ou de áreas, rodas de conversa, cinema ao ar livre, troca de sementes e festividades anuais, além de contarmos com uma trilha em meio a mata atlântica para contemplação, entre outras atividades. Estamos localizados em Blumenau – SC coração do Vale do Itajaí. Em nossa concepção nada se alinha melhor a um método filosófico/prático que se baseia na vocação de cada indivíduo, com a proposta de melhoria do ecossistema através da permanência do ser humano no ambiente em que vive. Buscamos criar uma Área de Inclusão Permanente (AIP) conceito elaborado por Ernst Götsch, sistematizador da agricultura sintrópica, que nos da ideia de observar o ambiente em que vivemos e humildemente copiar os padrões da natureza na qual somos parte, vivendo em harmonia com o todo. Missão: Integrar estudos e práticas em permacultura para a transformação da relação ser humano-natureza. Visão: Ser um centro colaborativo de referência em permacultura, por meio do empoderamento e formação de agentes multiplicadores Valores: Ética, auto conhecimento, humanização, presença / participação, não violência, sustentabilidade, solidariedade e partilha, honestidade, colaboração / coletividade, resiliência.

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Instituto de Permacultura Vale do Itajaí

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