We live and breathe nature, we are integrated into our surroundings, and we make a point of minimizing the impact of our activities. Since we started replanting seedlings at the camp, RepLago has more than 36,000 new native trees.
We are a Conservation Hub registered with IBAMA. We shelter macaws and parakeets rescued during the agency’s inspection operations.
Zero Waste Project
We separate garbage and compost organic waste within the camp, sending recyclable items to collection companies and returning a total of zero waste to the planet.
At the end of their stay, some campers dispose of their sneakers they have worn during the season, but the shoes find a new owner. We collect and donate them to children and teenagers from the São Francisco Home, the Jardim das Palmeiras Project and the Bonsucesso Project, all located in the city of Leme (State of São Paulo).
Beneficent visit day
Every year, we have a day scheduled for needy children from the Leme region and the Group for the Assistance of Children with Cancer (GACC) to visit for free.