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Doug Fabbioli is concerned about the future of the rural economy, as cities' areas expand into farm fields.
Fabbioli owns a winery in Loudoun County, Virginia.
He decided to support the agricultural economy in his own way.
He established The New AG School. The free school hopes to raise the next generation of farmers.
Farming is hard work, but Fabbioli says young people would love it if they knew its joys.
But, he says, to succeed in farming, they will need specialized skills.
That is what Fabbioli hopes to teach at his new school.
The goal is to fill the immediate need for farm workers, but also to create future leaders who can teach others in years to come.
The New AG School has many different students.
We have some younger folks that are either right out of high school or even in high school, Fabbioli says.
He also has some students who have completed college but cannot find jobs, as well as older people who want to try farming.
随着城市扩建不断占用农田,道格・法比奥利(Doug Fabbioli)开始担忧农村经济的未来。
法比奥利在弗吉尼亚州劳顿县拥有一家酿酒厂。
他决定用自己的方式来支持农业经济发展。
他成立了新农业学校。这所私立学校希望培养出下一代农民。
农业是一项艰苦的工作, 不过法比奥利表示,如果了解到农业的乐趣,年轻人就会爱上农业种植。
但是他指出,要想在农业领域“有所建树”,需要学习专门的技能。
这就是法比奥利希望在新农业学校教授的内容。
我们的目标不仅是满足农场工人的迫切需求,还要培养出未来能指导他人的领导者。
新农业学校有各式各样的学生。
法比奥利说:“学校里一些年轻人有的刚高中毕业, 有的甚至还在读高中。”
还有一些大学毕业找不到工作的学生以及那些想尝试耕种的年长者。
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