Guansheng Wang, a local farmer, walks across the abandoned greenhouses built by migrant workers to his property for harvesting in Wangxiu town in Taicang, China, on Dec. 17, 2017. Because of the rapid economic re-emergence of Taicang city, the young adults in this town all move to the urban areas permanently and the old generation choose to stay in the countryside. People live in here no longer depend on agriculture for livelihoods so most of them rent their property to migrant workers. These migrants built up these greenhouses and use pesticides for improving productivity. The abuse of pesticides contaminates soil, water, turf, and other vegetation. Tragically, after doing all these things, they just abandoned the polluted land and moved to a new place to get a new start.