Tropical rewilding in Brazil - Atlantic Forest - Serra da Beleza.

Agro-Reforestation Project in partnership with EMATER - Rio - official environmental agency for the state of Rio de Janeiro


Sponsors and Consultants of the Project
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Farm Manager Alair with the late Romario and Gilberto, standing at the entrance of the farm, next to Mulungu trees which are a favourite of bees.
Sponsors and Consultants

H B Adediran Olaya .MA Member of the International Coalition for people of African descent , Nigerian And Caribbean ancestry
Dr . Angela Robb - GP for the NHS - United Kingdom
Katherine Kent Brown from Maryland USA - Historian
Constanza Haydon from Philadelphia USA - Art Historian
Haylye Noade -Fashion Entrepreneur - owner of the Boutique Lark Vintage
Aurora and Matt Eastwood Darwin
Clive Errington de Crespigny Eastwood
Giovanna and Michael Steele
Sean and Heloise Wilson Smith

Renato de Barros - Engenheiro Florestal - owner of the Viveiro de Mudas
Valenca - Estado do Rio De Janeiro
Amanda Reis Karoly - Biologa
Marcia Lage - Landscape designer with studies of permaculture and bioconstrutividade at IPEC in Pirenópolis , Goiás
Piauí - Engenheiro Agrônomo from Emater - Rio



The Team - Our Workers
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Piauí from EMATER - Rio delivering Palmito Jussara.ng heading.
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Guinho and Alair - The Orchard Pomar Agroflorestal - Mandiocal.
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Helping out with the delivery and planting of Ornamentals from Viveiro de Mudas de Valença: - Renato de Vasconcelos.
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Alair with some members of his team, Botafogo, Zé Mexirica preparing the drainage canal.
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Guinho clearing the marshes prior to planting Banana Prata.
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Felipe Fernandes Forest engineer with manager Alair and a member of his team Marcos Henrique.
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Tijolinho in the Orchard -.Pomar Agroflorestal.
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Guinho assessing the flooded area.
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Alair en route to the Tropical Orchard.
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Edmauro and Alair, the farm manager, sorting a delivery of native trees.
Updated March 2021