WHO WE ARE
Art Educator, Art Therapist, writer and graphic designer, working in socio-environmental and cultural projects.
Iago Junqueira Simões
Biologist, passionate about Nature in all its forms and expressions. It is dedicated to biodiversity conservation through scientific research and compliance with environmental legislation. It uses geoprocessing and ethnobotany to investigate the ecological dynamics of the landscape and the relationship between humanity and the environment in the anthropocene.
Jordan Vieira Silva
PhD student in Forest Sciences. Master in Ecovillages as new subjects of rights with emphasis on occupation of rural properties. Specialized in Solidarity Economy. Military firefighter and trainer of forest fire fighting brigades. Permaculture. Passionate about vegetable gardens and gardens.
Larissa Lamas Pucci & Sasha Matthews
We are the Sunshine Family! Lari, Sasha, Nayam (7), Viny (4) and Kian (2).
Sasha has a production of organic mushrooms and Lari leads women's circles and cyclical awareness courses, reconciling working time with the children and always listening to what these so sacred lands of which we are guardians tell us, of what they came to be !
Luísa Azevedo Oliveira
Biologist and artist dedicated to understanding the relationships between plants and rock outcrops through research, art, science, poetry and communication. My biggest interest is inspiring people to see rocks (or mountains) as living ecosystems, full of diversity! Stones as seeds, Ayrumã as seed - hopes in the Anthropocene.
Photographer, professor and researcher in the fields of Photography and Environment, Landscape and Natural and Cultural Heritage.
Pedro Zajdenwerg Guimaraes
Graduated in communication at UFMG, I consider it a personal mission to bring visibility and spread knowledge that will help us to create a healthy, abundant life connected to nature, fusing ancestral wisdom with the innovations of modern life. I am particularly interested in the rich traditions of indigenous peoples and the sustainable housing movement in ecovillages.
Ayrumã is a creative experimental place to cultivate low environmental impact practices and strong community ties. "Make the heart an enlightened land".
— Mari Klimk, member.