Fazenda da Toca is a 2.300 hectares property located in Itirapina, 200 km away from São Paulo capital city. A very special place that is also a sustainability model for Brazil and for the world.
Since 1971 Diniz family has gathered here, sharing stories, helping to move on businesses, creating and imagining not only their future, but the future of Brazil.
In 2009 Pedro Paulo Diniz started a new chapter in this story: Toca Organic Farm. He transformed the property into a place dedicated to the production of organic food, carrying in its DNA the purpose of connecting and co-creating initiatives that regenerate the system we live in.
All this among native forests, villages, areas of regenerative agricultural research and the Instituto Toca, an institute that dedicates itself to applying, developing and disseminating the culture of “organic thinking and living”.
Inspired by nature, Toca invests in large-scale agroforestry systems research and development as a way to guarantee the regeneration of the soil, the climate and the ecosystem around it. Through the establishment of partnerships, seeking to encourage a new order for agricultural production, Toca promotes greater awareness that it’s possible to do it differently and transform the reality of agriculture in our country.