FAZENDA SANTA FÉ

Meet Marcus Mariani and his Team

Fazenda Santa Fé was one of the first-ever farms to partner with the Black Jaguar Foundation. Taking a leap of faith because they felt passionate about restoring nature and committing to our huge reforestation mission.

Fazenda Santa Fé was one of the first-ever farmers to partner with the Black Jaguar Foundation. Taking a leap of faith because they felt passionate about restoring nature and committing to our huge restoration mission.

About the farm

Located in the south of Pará state, Fazenda Santa Fé occupies an area nearby the Araguaia River in the municipality of Santana do Araguaia.

Santa Fé is also the home of one of our existing two nurseries! In 2022 we’ll be completing our next crucial milestone, a third nursery with a capacity 12x that of our existing two nurseries combined. This will be a hub for restoring life along the corridor and will also be housed at Fazenda Santa Fé!

The director of the farm, Marcus Mariani is an agronomist and entrepreneur. Also serving as the President of GO Preserve Amazonia.

Marcus has been an amazing supporter of the Black Jaguar Foundation since our introduction in 2016 and is an amazing example of how restoration and brining back the ecosystem can be combined successful in farming.

Where we are planting now…

Fazenda Santa Fé is the location where the initial planting of our first million native trees took place starting in October 2020. Santa Fé host many of the restoration sites we are restoring during the 2021-2022 planting season to complete our first million native trees.
See the map location of our restoration site below…

Fazenda Santa Fé is the location where the initial planting of our first million native trees took place starting in October 2020. Santa Fé host many of the restoration sites we are restoring during the 2021-2022 planting season to complete our first million native trees. See the map location of our restoration site below…

Coordinates : -9.538875° , -50.448721°
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