Young farmer damaged by typhoon Sale of vegetables free from damage Chiba Tateyama December 1 17:07
A group of young farmers in southern Chiba Prefecture, which had been severely damaged by typhoons and heavy rains since September, held an event to sell harvested vegetables regardless of the damage.
The event was held by a group of young people who started farming and started making vegetables in Tateyama City and Minamiboso City, Chiba Prefecture for about 10 years.
In the member farms and fields, the farmhouse collapsed due to a series of typhoons and heavy rains from September, and the crops were heavily damaged by the salt damage caused by strong winds.
Selling carrots, long spring onions, turnips and other processed herb products at the venue in Tateyama City's fig plantation, where members run, in order to overcome the disaster and aim for regional recovery. Did. Local bread and accessories stores also opened, and families were visiting one after another.
A man in his 60s living in the city said, “This area was heavily damaged by a typhoon, but I came to see young farmers doing their best. I hope I will continue to do my best for the Minamiboso area.” It was.
Masaru Horio of the young farmer group “Minamiboso Organic” (37) said, “Through such an event, we aim to become a powerful group that will not suffer from disasters, and we will continue to work hard together with the local community even in pain.” I was talking.