Farmers

Total: 6
  • Eastern Isfahan drank in drops

    Eastern Isfahan drank in drops

    The immediate consequence of drought in Isfahan was a fall in crop production, due to inadequate and poorly distributed rainfall. Farmers are in danger of losing money as drought destroys their crops.

  • Isfahan's air pollution monitored online

    Isfahan's air pollution monitored online

    "Air pollution sensors provide accurate data on the amount of pollutant gases, suspended particles, and average air quality index of the city," the director of Isfahan's Center for Air Quality Monitoring and Air Pollution Control said.

  • National projects destroy Zayandeh-Rood River

    National projects destroy Zayandeh-Rood River

    "Huge and national plans such as watershed and Tuba plans have damaged and destroyed the Zayandeh-Rood River," the head of Ziar Islamic City Council said.

  • Farmers lost their jobs in drought-hit eastern Isfahan

    Farmers lost their jobs in drought-hit eastern Isfahan

    The ZayandehRood River which is the most popular tourist attraction in Isfahan has been dried for about 10 years. When the Zayandeh-Rood River was alive, Isfahan atmosphere was full of energy and the agricultural lands were green and beautiful. Currently, everywhere you look, you will find dead farmlands and empty water wells that only reflect your sound. Certainly, the drought has affected Isfahni people's lives in different ways, since their life were tied to the presence of the river. A large group of people live in the east part of Isfahan are farmers; unfortunately, decade-long drought has made many farmers to abandon their lands and seek employment in urban areas.

  • Isfahani farmers victims of water shortage

    Isfahani farmers victims of water shortage

    "Lenjani gardeners are facing water shortages; agricultural managers expect the Ministry of Agricultural Jihad to find the possible solutions regarding the drought phenomenon," the governor of Lenjan County said.

  • Farmers celebrate as Zayanderood River reaches Isfahan

    Farmers celebrate as Zayanderood River reaches Isfahan

    Farmers in the west side of Isfahan were likely to be hit hardest by dry conditions brought on by cutting off the Zayanderood River.