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Find us: 

The Claude Pepper Center
Office 227
Florida State University
636 West Call Street
Tallahassee, FL 32304

IRACAMBI

Location   Limeira, Brazil

Mission   To discover better ways to care for the forest and protect our extraordinary biodiversity while generating forest based incomes and                      improving rural livelihoods

Projects & Programs

Atlantic Forest Restoration

Education For Sustainability

Forest 4 Water Project

Natural Resources Program

Volunteer Tasks

Assist in reforestation projects

Create medical plant garden

Trail maintenance

Educate the community on sustainable environmental practices

Help involve local farmers and school children in planting trees to protect their water sources

History

Amigos de Iracambi is a non profit, registered in Brazil and in the US as a 501(c) (3) – situated in one of the world’s top biodiversity hotspots: the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Their goal is to discover better ways to care for the forest and protect our extraordinary biodiversity while generating forest based incomes and improving rural livelihoods. Our headquarters, in the Iracambi Research Center, is located in a protected area which includes old-growth and succession forest, swamps, and partially degraded land.

Iracambi is a member of the Organization of Tropical Studies and the Association of Biological Field Stations, and is also a Regional Center for the Pact for the Restoration of the Atlantic Forest. Iracambi’s many partners include universities and technical colleges in Brazil and abroad, non profits, foundations, businesses, unions, government departments and citizen groups.

Facilities at the Research Center include accommodation for 28 researchers, volunteers and visitors, classroom/computer lab, field laboratory, a multi-use Forest House, restaurant, forest nursery, system of forest trails and a GIS. Iracambi also owns the Pico da Graminha Forest Reserve, located around 3 kilometers from the Center, which serves as a base for research into the sustainable production of açai juçara and honey, as well as providing overnight accommodation for researchers and visitors.

*all information above was taken from the official  Iracambi website which is linked below*

Iracambi Website