Bee that represents the production of Mel Kaynã, also designed by Clara, but when she was much younger.
Coffee feet designed by Mateus, son of producer Jefferson, when he was 4 years old. It represents our very special Café Kaynã.
This is our 1955 stone mill, where our very special Kaynã cornmeal is produced.
These two owls represent the search for knowledge, as this is what motivates us every day here at the Farm, as everything is constantly changing. The owl is also the symbol of Kaynã, meaning Forest Dweller in Tupi Guarani. These two are from the collection of Marianna, Jefferson's wife, in love with owls since childhood.
Butterfly that also represents metamorphosis, mother nature's teaching that shows us how it is necessary to have patience to evolve, showing us, for example, that the small can become big as a seed does when forming a beautiful tree. This drawing is taken from a painting Jefferson and Marianna bought from an artist in Visconde de Mauá in 2005.
Little bird that represents the biodiversity that we so seek to enrich through the sustainable actions that we practice on a daily basis. This drawing was taken from a beautiful painting that was in the bedroom of an inn in the Matutu community, where Jefferson and Marianna spent their honeymoon in 2006.
Little Chapel of Santo Antônio from 1950, one of the many tourist attractions on the farm, designed by Mateus in 2020, when he was 12 years old. It represents the great relationship that the farm has with everyone who lives here and with the surrounding community.
Area that represents the green roof that we maintain throughout the farm, including the coffee plantations, painted by Clara, daughter of producer Jefferson, in 2020 when she was 8 years old. The roots of the araucaria were drawn by Jefferson himself, to symbolize the roots that his family have with the farm and with sustainable production (see also the story of Jefferson's family in the Timeline).
Araucaria, the symbol tree of our region and which is threatened with extinction. This specifically represents the 26 m tall Araucaria that we had in front of the Farm's headquarters until 2021, when it needed to be felled after it died of natural causes, possibly some lightning.
Outline of the mountains taken from a photo taken from one of the coffee plantations. This image also forms the logo of the Retiro Santo Antônio Farm, where Kaynã products are produced.