Adopt a tree in the Botanical Garden and help the Museum of the Amazon,
its plants and seeds to keep blossoming after the pandemic. Become a part of the Amicus flora program.

The museum was closed for four months due to the sensible social distancing measures, but we have maintained our commitment to preserve the dedicated members of our staff and the rare botanical, archaeological, and ethnographic collection entrusted to us.

We have cautiously reopened the museum doors, tower, and trails. We have also created the Amicus flora, a program for the adoption of the plants classified,
GPS signaled, and recorded in the attached list.

We are requesting a R$500 contribution for a one-year adoption.

Contributors will be acknowledged by a new plaque containing the name of the amicus or adopting company next to the name of the plant and its location.

Contributors will also receive free admission (unguided visits) to the
Musa Botanical Garden during the adoption period.

Cordially thanking you for your support and incentive,

Ennio Candotti
Director of Musa

The steps to becoming an Amicus flora are:

1. Choose a plant from the list below:

Amicus flora list

2. Email full name of the amicus and the plant chosen to
amicusflora@museudaamazonia.org.br

Upon receiving a confirmation email, make a R$500 bank deposit to:

Museu da Amazônia
CNPJ 10.795.098/0001-74
Banco do Brasil – Agência 3053-8 – Conta-corrente 37300-1
Swift code for payments made abroad: BRASBRRJBHE

4. Send your contribution receipt to amicusflora@museudaamazonia.org.br