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Most studies developed about agrarian societies usually refer to rural space as private space. Nevertheless the concept of “rural property” can raise a host of distinct interpretations, especially when one brings into analysis the interaction among populations and natural resources. This present piece of work aims at going deeper into the establishment of the environmental typology built by family-related agriculturists of two rural communities from Turmalina, MG, and the diversification of use given to each of these environments by their inhabitants. Arrangements on the use and the management of collective resources may come to contributing with the formatting of new projects which seek to promoting the country’s environmental planning, plus allowing for the inclusion of rural populations in their construction process.

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