Yvy Porã - permaculture station
Yvy Porã - permaculture station
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Commenced:
01/08/2003
Submitted:
13/04/2012
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Bairo de Santa Filomena, São Pedro de Alcântara, Santa Catarina, BR
Website:
http://yvypora.wordpress.com
Climate zone:
Sub-tropical





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Yvy Porã - permaculture station

Project Type

Rural, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Um projeto coletivo de famílias de permacultores no sul do Brasil, no município de São Pedro de Alcântara SC. Numa área de 87 hectares de mata atlântica se propõe a construção deste projeto.

Project Description

Yvy Porã nasceu em 2003 , como um projeto coletivo situado numa área de 82he, grande parte dele de mata atlântica. Dentro deste coletivo, cada família tem uma área privativa, sua zona 1 e 2. O projeto da Casa da Montanha é a construção deste espaço de uma destas família.

Em 2006, os permacultores Jorge Timmermann e Suzana Maringoni iniciaram a construção da zona zero- quer dizer a casa. O design básico já estava feito, muitas árvores plantadas na zona 2 próxima a casa, mas sentiam que era o momento de ir além, de começar a construção que permitiria estar mais em Yvy. Isto é um ponto importante no projeto: viver mais tempo nesta estação de permacultura- estação, lugar de se estar!

Assim, com algumas pedras no caminho, e muitas histórias para contar, o casal iniciou a construção da Casa da Montanha em dezembro de 2006. 

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Este processo pode ser acompanhado pelo Blog, que recebe mensalmente milhares de visitas. O enfoque do blog é compartilhar gratuitamente a maior quantidade de informações sobre a permacultura, com soluções simples e facilmente replicáveis, que levem à sustentabilidade.

Um outro aspecto da Casa da Montanha é o fato de acolher jovens permacultores e abrir o espaço para que experimentem, inovem nesta casa. Assim, as parcerias com estas pessoas aparecem seja na construção da casa, ou na construção da oficina na forma de uma geodésica com técnicas modernas e usos de materiais tradicionais como bambu, palha e barro.

Neste espaço também realizamos oficias e cursos, em parceria com os outros integrantes de Yvy Porã, com enfoque na formação pedagógica para instrutores de cursos de permacultura.

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Jorge Timmermann  - coordenador Suzana Maringoni - Admin
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