Returning to agricultural production: a solution to the crisis, or a conscious action with prospects?

In this grim climate of greek reality, where disappointment and panic prevail, two hopeful trends seem to dawn. The first relates to the demand for better quality of life in all social groups, and the second to the increasing number of young people returning to agriculture. These two trends combined, give rise to a growth potential, that correctly operated can bring not just financial, but mainly social benefits. What is the right way for this return to primary production to be realized? The answer does not seem to be restricted to technical issues, but mainly to the change of our society’s attitude.

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