This body of work is part of a long-term project, called HUACHU, that I've been developing in southern Brazil and it aims to explore, understand, and bring awareness to what’s happening to one of the smallest, most forgotten, and most degraded biomes in Brazil and its people. Pampa, a Quéchua expression for "flat land", is characterized by grassy vegetation in a flat landscape, shaped by gentle hills and scattered short stony mountains. Pampa is the biome with the biggest diversity of plants among all Brazilian biomes, with 57 different species per square meter. It also holds an important part of one of the world’s biggest aquifers, the Guarani aquifer.
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