ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND FAMILY FARM: HOW THIS RELATIONSHIP IS PRESENTED IN RURAL AREA PARANAENSE
Keywords:Impactos Ambientais, Agricultura Familiar, Paraná.
AbstractThis article is the result of a bibliographic approach, which sought to list the environmental impacts, the characteristics of family farming and how this relationship is in Paraná. It is known that the rural areas occupy most of the Brazilian territory and that its occupations process, since the beginning, was aggressive from the environmental point of view. In the state under study, this process was similar, as with the arrival of immigrants and descendants, large forested áreas have been degraded to make way for agriculture. This agriculture, usually composed of families and with a peculiar structure, occupied and still occupies large áreas of territory, but lost strength in the economic sense in the face of large landowners in the state. Thus, this article portrays how the rural lands of Paraná were and are appropriated by family farmers.
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