|Altitude:||1,050 metres above sea level|
|Region:||Campo das Vertentes|
Jaguara farm had its beginning from a trio of friends (Antonio Wander, Rubem Carlos and Rubem Murilo).They planted the first coffee trees in 2001 in Campo das Vertentes region. The name of the farm is due an important Quilombola community, named Jaguara. The farm now belongs to Andre Luiz Garcia, his wife, Natalia Moreira and their son Benicio Garcia.
Andre had already been involved in managing the farm on behalf of his father (Antonio Wander). Antonio. Andre and Natalia now work together to develop the farm, supporting each other with their strengths in different areas of coffee production. André is an agronomist, researcher at Procafé Foundation specialising in pruning and producing coffees. Natalia is a coffee Q-grader and Trader of Cafebras.
Nowadays, the farm is concerned about sustainability, using technologies that cause low impacts on the environment, using varieties of coffee more resistant to leaf rust, integrated weed management, pruning and others. The nutrients balance is supplied with organic compounds associated to rock minerals.
Their philosophy - to plant with love and respect for the environment, help some families and give them jobs and opportunities to have a better life.