IPEPA
IPEPA
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Commenced:
01/11/2010
Submitted:
23/09/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
BR
Website:
http://permaculturapr.blogspot.com/
Climate zone:
Sub-tropical





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Carla Laemmle Hans Boersma João Paulo  Ribeiro Santana Laura Silvester Martin Ewert Nilton Luiz Maggioni
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IPEPA

Project Type

Rural, Political

Project Summary

O Instituto de Permacultura do Paraná (IPEPA) é uma família que se uniu para fortalecer e construir uma rede de permacultores com um firme propósito ético de proteção a Terra.

Project Description

O Instituto de Permacultura do Paraná foi idealizado em 2008 e fundado em 2010 segundo princípios da permacultura e com objetivo de atuar no desenvolvimento territorial sustentável, segurança e soberania alimentar, auto-suficiência e ecoeficiência energética das estações associadas ao instituto.

O IPEPA possui um modelo descentralizado e de autogestão participante, sendo assim, não possui uma sede porque trabalha com a proposta das estações permaculturais localizadas em todo estado do Paraná.


Cada estação permacultural deve ter no mínimo um permacultor com formação de PDC, de acordo com grade horária estipulado por Bill Mollison e este permacultor esteja desenvolvendo e aplicando os princípios da permacultura.

Estações existentes:

- Estação Jaguatirica, localizada em São João do Triunfo/PR, possui bioconstruções, tratamento de efluentes, produção de erva-mate e Agrofloresta (AF) iniciada, sementes crioulas de milho para troca e produtos ecológicos. Esse trabalho é desenvolvido pelo Arquiteto Urbanista João Paulo e sua esposa Designer Carla.

- Estação Manduri, localizada no município Piraquara/PR, cujo responsavel é o Zootecnista Felipe, possui uma bela criação de galinhas índio, está iniciando AF, é possível visualizar técnicas de bioconstrução e tratamento de água cinzas e negras. 

- Estação Primavera, localizada na cidade de Palmeira/PR mais especificamente na Colônia Primavera onde estão atuando o Administrador Ricardo e seu irmão Eng. Florestal Daniel que trabalham com produção de hortaliças e frutas e estão iniciando as primeiras AF's, tem uma horta mandala, compostagem e banheiro seco.

- Estação Curitiba, localizada ao lado de uma movimentada Avenida de Curitiba/PR onde o Gestor Ambiental Martin e a Jornalista Rafaelle experimentam a permacultura urbana com um pequeno jardim comestível comunitário, educação ambiental e cursos de introdução a permacultura.

 

 

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Seminário Regional de Agrobiodiversidade - São João do Triunfo/PR

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João Paulo  Ribeiro Santana - Admin Martin Ewert - Admin Rafaelle Mendes - Admin
Team Members
João Paulo  Ribeiro Santana - Garden Manager 2015 season Martin Ewert - Garden Manager 2015 season Rafaelle Mendes - Garden Manager 2015 season Ricardo Philippsen - Garden Manager 2015 season

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