How it All Began
Build upon two decades of socioenvironmental projects in indigenous villages and rural settlements, a passion for green technologies and an addiction to superfoods, Awí was born—and inspired by a message from the Amazon rainforest: that she could heal us, but only if we also cared for her.
In 2017, we founded the Patú Anú Farm School, on Marajó Island, in the Brazilian state of Pará, believing in the principles of syntropic agriculture as a solution to regenerate the rainforest and generate abundance for the river people.
We understood our mission as guardians of the sacred rainforest, to bring social and environmental technologies to the local population, while spreading vibrant health and well-being through conscious and regenerative foods.
Can you imagine curing four birds with one healing stone?
Inspired by a legend of the Sacaca tribe, indigenous to Marajó Island, Awí was inspired with a mission to restore equilibrium between the forest, the waters and the local river people, between our food and our bodies and between our eating choices and their impact on the planet.