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Guided daytrips

Guided daytrips Mountains 2018

The Guided daytrips will cover experiences related to environmental conservation in the Mountain Region of the State of Rio de Janeiro, with an emphasis on the valorization of mountain landscape and sustainable income generation, and the harmonious integration of mountain communities in the space they live in.

Each daytrip will be limited to a maximum of 30 participants. Therefore, please indicate three excursions you would like to attend by order of preference. The excursions will take place from 8:00h to 18:00h, on Wednesday, December 12th,2018.

Attention:

THE TECHNICAL EXCURSIONS ARE PART OF THE MOUNTAINS 2018 SCHEDULE.

GUARANTEE YOUR SPOT BY REGISTERING AND INDICATING THE ITINERARY OF YOUR PREFERENCE.


1. Agroecological strategies

 

Organic agriculture, socioagrobiodiversity, rural education, and tourism. With an emphasis on the production of vegetables; local food products; Alternation Pedagogy and rural and adventure tourism, associated with trout farming and hop production for artisan beer.

 

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2. Family farming

 

Marketing strategies: long and short chains (including rural tourism), with an emphasis on diverse vegetable production.

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3. Agroforestry and organic fruit farming

 

Productive market strategies associated with agroindustry and rural tourism.

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4. Reinterpreting tradition

 

Dairy farming based on a silvopastoral system, coffee growing and production of “cachaça” associated with rural and historical tourism.

 

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5. Animal production and value aggregation

 

Experiences with trout and goat farming with an emphasis on agro-industrialization and markets.

 

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6. Sustainable use and ecosystem services

 

Native seedling production for the recovery of the Atlantic Forest; handicrafts with natural local resources; and beekeeping: using native stingless bees for honey and other products.

 

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7. Visit to environment protected area: Experience of Tres Picos (Three Peaks) State Park.

 

The Park Visiting Management Plan will be explained during the walking tour along areas of Atlantic forest, as well as income generation for the local population.

 

This tour will require moderate effort for a 2 km walking.

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8. Management of environmental risk areas and recovery of degraded areas in urban and rural mountainous areas.

 

Risk management strategies in natural disasters - experiences in Nova Friburgo and Teresópolis after environmental tragedy in January 2011.

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