Inclusion, Standing Forest and Sustainability
Who makes the bioeconomy happen
Our ancestors cultiveted guaraná and this has been passed from generation to generation. We are doing this work, protecting our territory, and today we see the appreciation that guaraná is gaining. This encourages us to continue our work, allows us to support our families, have access to education and health, improving our quality of life in our own communities.
Today in the heart of the Amazon we have a project called Amazonbai, showing that it is possible to promote economic development in the Amazon, without degrading the environment, without deforesting our forests and mainly respecting the way of life of each family of the traditional communities
Since I was little I saw my father doing the process of agro-extractivism in the forest. I accompanied him, learning along with him. And now I'm part of Reca. Now is the time for the youth to get to know the processes and get involved, and with this continue the history of the Reca cooperative