South Korea: South Chungcheong Governor Kim Tae-heum said we must speed up the influx of 3,000 young farmers

South Korea
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 20, 2024

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South Chungcheong Governor Kim Tae-heum is spearheading an initiative to attract 3,000 young farmers to the province by offering comprehensive support, including financial aid, construction, and management consulting, to 30 selected young farmers through a youth smart farm start-up support certification system. This initiative aims to rejuvenate agriculture in the region by promoting education, certification, and the development of a large-scale smart farm complex to foster a community and facilitate information sharing among young farmers. Additionally, in response to a fire last January, the Seocheon Special Market will temporarily operate rent-free for merchants until the specialized market is reconstructed, further supporting the local economy and community.
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South Chungcheong Governor Kim Tae-heum expressed his strong will to attract young farmers. At the 58th Directors’ Meeting held at the provincial office’s conference room on April 15, Governor Kim said, “We recently selected 30 prospective young farmers through the youth smart farm start-up support certification system. “They will receive various supports such as financial construction and management consulting designed by the province,” he said, adding, “Please continue to manage them so that they can successfully settle in the province.” He continued, “We are aiming to attract 3,000 young farmers during our term. He emphasized, “Please promote education, certification, and support measures more systematically and thoroughly so that we can accelerate even more.” Also, “Please proceed with the smart farm complex in detail. “If people of similar age groups come together (through complexification), they will be able to share information with each other and alleviate occupational ...
Source: Agrinet
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