Country Life

The country life concept has always existed but over the years it has gained more acceptance among Americans. The country life style is a combination of work, play, relaxation, and faith in God. There are several benefits to the country life lifestyle. Some of the benefits would include the ability to save more money than the national average. Also, with the ability to save money this could allow you to purchase gifts for your family or purchase items for yourself that you would not have been able to afford otherwise.   The country life concept has been a long standing American social movement that aimed to improve the lives of the rural residents of America. The movement sought to preserve traditional rural lifestyles by addressing social problems and poor living conditions in rural areas while maintaining traditional rural living standards. The main concern was to provide opportunities to the rural residents of America that would help them develop and maintain good working conditions so that they could have a quality of life. The country life lifestyle was also meant to instill a sense of responsibility and community by promoting a sense of community among rural residents. Many critics of the country life lifestyle believed that the country lifestyle was out of step with the modern times and did not provide for the needs of its citizens; however, many critics of the country life lifestyle did not see the positive effects of promoting a lifestyle of service to the needs of the local community as well as promoting self-sufficiency among rural residents.   One way that many Americans perceive the country lifestyle is through the agricultural extension program. The agricultural extension program provides extra vocational and technical education, economic stimulation, and other assistance to rural areas. Many rural areas in America are experiencing severe problems with food shortages and other related issues. The federal government’s agricultural extension program was designed to help relieve these problems by providing extra educational resources and vocational and technical assistance to farmers. In addition to the economic stimulation provided to farmers through the program, rural areas are given access to low cost sources of energy, transportation, communications, and farming equipment.