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Chácara Boa Vista
Chácara Boa Vista
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Commenced:
01/05/2004
Submitted:
02/08/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Campo Largo, Paraná, BR
Website:
www.kdcs.wordpress.com
Climate zone:
Sub-tropical





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Chácara Boa Vista

Project Type

Rural, Residential, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Instalação de uma Estação de Permacultura com espaço para difusão de conhecimentos através de cursos, palestras, oficinas e vivencias.

Project Description

A propriedade está na família desde 1980, mas só por volta do ano 2000, após ter participado do curso de Agricultura Biodinâmica, voltamos nossa atenção para a implementação de um espaço para difusão de conhecimentos na área da Agricultura Alternativa.

Durante o curso tomei conhecimento da Permacultura, através de alguns colegas, e me encantei com a idéia toda.

A Chácara Boa Vista foi adquirida com a finalidade de se tornar a residência definitiva de meus pais quando meu pai se aposentasse. Isso aconteceu em 1992.

Em 2004, após o falecimento de meus pais assumi a propriedade.

Em meados de 2004 inicei conversas com Jorge Timmermann e em 2007 realizamos aqui a primeira edição do PDC na Chácara.

Depois disso repetimos em 2008 e 2010.

Em 2009 realizamos o I Curso de Construção de Baixo Impacto.

A idéia é criar aqui na propriedade um espaço permanente de divulgação de conhecimentos na área da Permacultura através de cursos, palestras, oficinas e vivências.

Contamos com uma casa que pode alojar cerca de 25 pessoas e que já é utilizada para os cursos, uma pequena horta, galinhas poederias, vacas de leite da raça Jersey e dois porquinhos.

As atividades são desenvolvidas buscando a sustentabilidade alimentar e o próximo passo será buscar alternativas energéticas eficientes.

 

 

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Permaculture Design Course - PDC

O curso é uma imersão prática nos conceitos e princípios do planejamento para uma cultura permanente. Envolve exposições teóricas e exercícios de aprofundamento prático.

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