IPOEMA
IPOEMA
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Commenced:
01/03/2005
Submitted:
26/10/2011
Last updated:
23/10/2017
Location:
Brasília, DF, BR
Phone:
+55 61 9977 7906
Website:
http://www.ipoema.org.br
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical





Followers
Bruno Lemos Resende Eduard von Lindheim Felipe Silveira Filipe Castro Gabriel do Carmo Colombo Helder Valente Hubert de Kalbermatten Isadora Reimão Julio Itacaramby Lorenzo Di Sandro Luiza Padoa Márcio Ramos da Costa Martin Ewert Natalie Rios Rodrigo Nery Talia Minor Tarcísio Brito
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IPOEMA

Project Type

Rural, Residential, School Projects, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

A non-profit association which it’s mission is live, learn, educate and disseminate Permaculture, at the heart of Brazil.

Project Description

A non-profit association which it’s mission is live, learn, educateand disseminate Permaculture, a practice that involve manydimensions of human occupation, as the planning of sustainableenvironments, bioconstructions, rational use of water, renewableenergies, agroforestry systems, ecological food production andparticipative social organization. 

IPOEMA acts today in threepermaculture stationsaround Brasília, reachingout the consolidationof Reference Centersin Permaculture andEducation. They are: Chácara Asa Branca, Sítio Sementeand Chácara Santa Rita.At these stations IPOEMArealizes it’s courses,activities and livingexperiences, bringing thepermaculture ethics to thepractice of everyday life. 

 

Updates

PDC #13

Nosso próximo PDC começa este sábado! Our next PDC starts this Saturday! During the weekends of November and December, participants will have the opportunity to meet our permacultural different stations on the outskirts of Brasilia.

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Rural Residential School Demonstration Educational
Administrators
Cláudio Santos Jacintho - Admin Luiza Padoa - Admin
Team Members
Julio Itacaramby - Garden Manager 2015 season

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