rural entrepreneurship is actually a very large market, but many people do not know how to use resources, resulting in a waste of these resources. Jin Guohua, Yanshi City, Henan province Luoyang County Gu Zhen Hui Long Wan village Party branch secretary assistant. There is a temple in Huilong Wan Village, according to legend emperor Tang Xuanzong a plum goddess from the "rebellion" in backing and renamed the "Tibet Mei temple". According to the Department of cultural relics textual criticism, the temple has a history of at least one thousand years.

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river is now still buried commemorating the empress plum built nun tower, has one thousand years of history in the Buddhist Temple Treasures — eight arris monument, are collected in the Museum of Henan province. Jin Guohua to the village, learned to use their influence to help the village, the villagers rely on the temple "Tibet Mei Temple", created the Tibetan Mei Temple ecological farm, the development of nongjiale.

he slowly started way, step by step. In 2014 the independent circulation of 50 acres of land was a family farm, a new agricultural demonstration, year profit; 2015 Village 7 other large plantations, the investment of more than 80 yuan, the transfer of land 500 acres, the founder of the Luoyang Tibetan plum fruit and vegetable cooperatives, planting development efficiency, characteristics of agricultural products, and absorb more than 70 the employment of villagers in the garden; 2016 to build a greenhouse base surrounding the integration of planting and breeding resources, set up in picking, sightseeing and leisure, catering for the integration of comprehensive agricultural cooperatives.

step by step bigger, and help more villagers to achieve greater accumulation of wealth, which is the result of Jin Guohua has been struggling. Although a lot of people in the current entrepreneurial market, but many are prone to bold, steady stability in the country to play the gold steady entrepreneurial model is undoubtedly a correct approach, will also be able to get more recognition of entrepreneurs.

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