This paper, through the comparison between the tourism development of ancient villages in Anyi of Jiangxi Province and that of a modern village in Fenghua of Zhejiang Province, holds that the resource reliance of rural tourism development chiefly consists of the following aspects: farming activities, farmhouses, life of farmers, agroecology and agricultural harvests.
Agriculture is a foundation of existence of 1,300 million people in our country, not merely concerning the development and stability of countryside and the improvement of peasants' living standard, but also the industrialized evolution of our country and national economy's growth at a sustained, fast and sound manner.
Based on investigation and analysis of small towns of Henan Province,the factors affecting their sizes,such as urbanization level,industry structure,peasants' living standard,geographical position,construction conditions,are discussed.
Can bring about an advance in local economy to travel in the village, impel the national income to reallocate,adjust the local industrial structure and improve peasant's living standard,because of this, it becomes the research direction and subject of the government and scholars of travel poverty.
"San Nong"questions become the most difficult problem which we face in the process of building well-to-do society in an all-round way, this text, through analysing the agricultural current situation of our country and peasant's living standard, point out that economic restructuring and urbanization are the main way to solve the "San Nong"questions.
To realize the sustainable development of China's agriculture, we should not only protect agricultural natural resources and improve agricultural ecological environment, but also uplift population quality, increase peasants' income and expand investment in science and technology, so that we can guarantee the improvement of the peasants' life and the development of agricultural production.
The daily life of farmers in protected areas is threatened either by policing or abundance of wildlife and inadequate measures to assist the local population to overcome the shortcomings of nature conservation administration.