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Ação Extensionista Da Empaer Frente À Nova Pnater: Uma Análise A Partir Do Assentamento Guapirama, Campo Novo Do Parecis - Mt

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  • Laforga, Gilmar
  • Vieira, Andreia De Oliveira

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O modelo de agricultura ainda praticado continua a causar impactos negativos como a perda de solo, erosão genética, contaminação do solo e da água entre muitos outros efeitos. Considerando-se esse cenário e assim buscar minimizar estes processos, foi criada a Política Nacional de Assistência Técnica e Extensão Rural – PNATER, que orienta uma extensão rural baseada nos princípios epistemológico da agroecologia. Entre as mudanças, está à exigência de um novo perfil de extensionista, uso de metodologias participativas, minimização de utilização de recursos externos à propriedade, e a produção de vegetais e animais com a mínima degradação dos recursos naturais. O presente trabalho tem por objetivo analisar se essas mudanças estão sendo efetivamente empregadas pela Empresa Mato-grossense de Pesquisa, Assistência e Extensão Rural - EMPAER-MT. Utilizou-se como recorte para essa análise a atuação da EMPAER no Assentamento Guapirama, município de Campo Novo do Parecis, MT. A metodologia empregada foi a observação sistemática e não participante, entrevistas com produtores e técnicos. O resultado dessa análise denotou que a unidade da EMPAER-MT não está atuando conforme orienta a PNATER, em função de uma série de fatores que dificultam a ação extensionista rumo a uma transição agroecológica dos sistemas produtivos no Assentamento Guapirama.---------------------------------------------The agriculture model practiced nowadays is causing negative impacts such as losed of soil, genetic erosion, soil and water contamination and several other effects. Taking care that fact and thus seek to minimize these processes, was created the National Policy Technical Assistance and Rural Extension - PNATER, for to manage a rural extension based on the agroecology principles. Among the changes is the requirement for a new extensionist profile, use of participatory methodologies a decrease in the use of, external resources to the ownership, and plants and animal production with a minimal degradation of natural resources. This study aims to examine whether these changes are being effectively used by the searching Mato-grossense, Assistance and Rural extension company - EMPAER-MT. It was used as a cut for the actions of this analysis EMPAER in Assentamento Guapirama, municipality of Campo Novo do Parecis, MT. The methodology used was the systematic observation and not participating, interviews with producers and technicians. The result of that analysis got that EMPAER-MT is not acting as guides the PNATER.

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  • Laforga, Gilmar & Vieira, Andreia De Oliveira, 2008. "Ação Extensionista Da Empaer Frente À Nova Pnater: Uma Análise A Partir Do Assentamento Guapirama, Campo Novo Do Parecis - Mt," 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil 108965, Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:108965
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