Hiroaki HAYASHI earned his doctoral degree in Agriculture (Plant Nutrition and Fertilization) from the University of Tokyo. In 2003, he quit his research activities at the University of Tokyo and returned to the mountainous area of Kunisaki City, Oita Prefecture, in Kyushu Island of Japan, where he is engaged in agriculture and forestry. His products are rice and log wood cultivated dried shiitake mushrooms, each of which is produced in an environmentally friendly and traditional way. Since 2013, he has been leading the implementation of an action plan for dynamic conservation of the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) of this region as the Chairman of The Kunisaki Peninsula Usa GIAHS Promotion Association.
|Satellite V 11||Speaker||2022-03-11||International and local Perspectives on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS)Tourism, Rural Revitalization and Sustainable Resource Management / / This webinar brings together international and local stakeholders to discuss the co [more ...]|