The Agromundo Museum, in design, will be the largest museum already devoted to agriculture. Aims to explore the relationship of human evolution through the development of agricultural crops, a two-way, understanding that agriculture led to human evolution and that this allowed the evolution to land cultivation methods. Headquartered in Maringa, but extending its area of operation throughout the north and northwest of the state of Paraná, the Agromundo will reflect on food production, new technologies existing in agribusiness, shedding light on actors and social relations involved in this process.