The CTA is located in the northeast of Manaus, in the forest that lies between the borders of the Ducke Reserve and the Puraquequara Lake, within the Água Branca settlement established by INCRA (National Institute for Colonization and Agrarian Reform).

At CTA, Musa has created a center for the training and development of agroecological techniques that can help develop the organic cultivation of reforestation seedlings and medicinal plants.

An agriculture that is also dedicated to the cultivation of greens, vegetables, fruits, and tubers called PANCs (Non-conventional Food Plants).

The CTA also offers support and technical assistance to the farmers in the settlement, who sell organic produce in the specialized markets in the city.