The agricultural landscape includes three primary elements, First, agricultural areas and agricultural processes, second, concrete and abstract meaning or significance of the community, and, natural landscapes. Consequently, agricultural areas have evolved as a result of economic and social factors that have an impact on natural components and the environment. This study aims to, Firstly, investigate the challenges of agricultural landscapes, Secondly, research the value of agricultural landscapes, and then, improve integration for the protection of agricultural landscapes. By reviewing research, publications, documents, and related agencies, the study determined that the global agricultural landscape has economic values that correspond with economic development, but environmental values that are decreasing. It has reduced the forest area and biodiversity. It affects wildlife habitats, and water sources and soil deteriorates, causing pollution and causing global warming. Therefore, agencies around the world cooperate to support the laws related to landscape management as well as agricultural areas, and agricultural agencies provide tools and assessments as well as a project to conserve, maintain, and repair the agricultural landscape in order to reduce environmental issues and produce a sustainable agricultural landscape.
Umpa Buarapa, Mahasarakham University, Thailand
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Ms.Umpa Buarapa, Assistant Professor Landscape Architecture Department, Faculty of Architecture Urban Design and Creative Arts, Maha sarakham University, Thailand. Currently studying Ph.D. at Faculty of Architecture Silpakorn University, Thailand
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