Alongside the Breton coast, a village appears to have discovered the magic recipe to withstand the decline of agricultural land. Moëlan-sur-Mer, a small city in Finistère, is set to put in peasantry on its deserted lands, because of a forgotten article of legislation which may nicely give concepts to the entire of France. Fallow land surrounds Julien Doineau's small farm. Slowed down by the worth of land, this market gardener has lengthy postponed his set up initiatives. Till buying in 2018 this piece of land, nonetheless too small to make a dwelling from work. “Economically, it’s not viable in any respect. I have to have the ability to dwell on it, boil the pot, not simply fill it”, he explains.
So he wants extra land. And in just a few weeks, Julien Doineau will have the ability to domesticate the neighboring plot that has been deserted for 30 years. And it’ll even multiply by ten the scale of its exploitation, on lands which don’t belong to it, with out its homeowners having been capable of oppose the arrival of the brushcutters. An enlargement made potential by the municipality because of an astonishing authorized trick: an previous article of the agricultural code which obliges the homeowners to place again in tradition their lands left fallow.
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