Xinhua Xinhua

  Xinhua News Agency reporter Fang Wenyu

  In the middle of winter, the moss planting greenhouses in Maoyang Township, Jingning She Autonomous County, Zhejiang Province are yellow-green.

  Based on ecological advantages and alpine wetland resources, Maoyang Township tried to develop moss planting in 2019, and saw great benefits in two or three years: the township has built a factory-based cultivation base for precious moss species, a moss-fish symbiosis base, an intelligent moss seedling base, and a moss seedling base. The cultural and creative product exhibition center has formed a moss industry chain integrating moss planting, cultural and creative products, homestay complexes, and greening projects, with an annual output value of over 10 million yuan.

  Lei Xiaohua, Secretary of the Party Committee of Maoyang Township, introduced that the moss cultural and creative product processing team and the moss greening project construction team established in the township provided more than 150 jobs, driving more than 100 villagers to increase their average annual income by 13,000 yuan.

In 2021, the total collective income of Maoyang villages will reach 2.63 million yuan, a year-on-year increase of 44.3%, and the operating income will be 1.23 million yuan, a year-on-year increase of 23.6%.

  Jingning is located in the mountainous area of ​​southwestern Zhejiang. There are 779 peaks above 1,000 meters above sea level in the county. It is one of the 26 accelerated development counties in Zhejiang Province.

In 2021, the per capita disposable income of urban and rural permanent residents in Jingning will exceed 45,000 yuan and 23,000 yuan respectively, and the average annual growth rate in the past five years will reach 8.1% and 9.6% respectively.

  The reporter learned from the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Affairs that the per capita disposable income of rural residents in Zhejiang will exceed 35,000 yuan in 2021, 1.1 percentage points higher than the per capita disposable income of urban residents; the income of low-income farmers will increase by 14.8% year-on-year, which is higher than that of rural The growth rate of residents' income is more than 4 percentage points higher; Zhejiang has eliminated the phenomenon that the annual per capita income of rural households is less than 9,000 yuan.

  Wang Tonglin, director of the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, said that in 2021, the growth rate of farmers' income in Zhejiang Province will maintain a "three faster than" trend. First, the growth rate of farmers' income is faster than that of urban residents. The growth rate is faster than the income of farmers in the whole province. Third, the income growth rate of low-income farmers is faster than that of farmers in the whole province, indicating that Zhejiang has taken a more solid step in the high-quality development and construction of a common prosperity demonstration zone.

  The reporter learned that in the process of high-quality development and construction of a demonstration zone for common prosperity, Zhejiang Province is striving to narrow the development gap between urban and rural areas and between regions.

Among them, in terms of increasing farmers' income, a series of measures have achieved continuous results.

  At the processing base in Dalin Village, Donghe Township, Zhuji City, socks to be processed are neatly piled up, and more than a dozen workers are busy with their work.

Most of them are farmers nearby. They take goods from Datang Town, Zhuji City, the "hometown of Chinese socks industry", and pack the socks according to the manufacturer's requirements.

Such positions are easy to operate and flexible, and farmers have a stable supply of goods and income.

  Zhuji is an important town of private economy in Zhejiang. Currently, there are 15 listed companies at home and abroad. Some local township industries are highly concentrated and developed. They have the titles of "Hometown of Pearls in China" and "Hometown of Chinese Socks", forming national and even global market influence.

In order to increase the income of more than 13,000 low-income farmers, Zhuji has strengthened the driving force of the industry. By carrying out employment skills training, supporting industrial poverty alleviation bases, and introducing loan interest discount policies, it has effectively encouraged low-income farmers with labor ability to increase their employment and income.

  In addition, in recent years, Zhuji has vigorously promoted the "Idle Farm Housing Activation" action to integrate the development of farm housing with the manufacturing and cultural tourism industries and realize the market value.

By the end of 2021, Zhuji had activated a total of 2,956 idle farm houses with a construction area of ​​995,000 square meters, absorbed more than 1.88 billion yuan in social capital, increased farmers' income by more than 162 million yuan, and increased village collective income by 83.73 million yuan.

  The reporter learned that currently in Zhuji, there are 353 villages whose operating income exceeds 500,000 yuan, accounting for 76.7% of the total number of villages.

  Expanding the scale of middle-income groups and increasing the income of low-income groups is the symbolic task of Zhejiang Province's high-quality development and construction of a demonstration zone for common prosperity.

The reporter learned that this year, Zhejiang Province will focus on two groups of high-quality farmers and low-income farmers, and develop six major actions of industry, construction, reform, empowerment, assistance, and digital promotion of mutual wealth, so as to realize the "double strength" of agriculture ( Strengthen agriculture with science and technology, strengthen agriculture with machinery), build future villages, promote the integrated reform of the rural collective economic system, deepen the "two-in-two" (science and technology, capital into the countryside, young people, rural sages return to the countryside) action, and create a new type of community. , Iteration of six breakthrough initiatives of "Rural Brain".