Adequate resource management represents the basic precondition for successful agricultural production. The majority of municipalities in which agriculture represent the primary activity are facing the significant dispersal of human and other natural resources. It is unreal to expect that local self-government can stop the negative trends by itself. There is an encourageing fact that in many municipalities there are agriculture development programmes, and agrarian funds were established to supports perspective households, financially and on some other ways. This kind of approach, where producers are not left on their own, but supported to organise, to make connections with suppliers and buyers, financial and scientific institutions, relatively fast gives the results. Supporters of individual households stimulates younger population to stay in villages and to work in agriculture. Wider aspect of such approach considers stopping or slowdowning the process of land deterioration, аnd more efficient and effective usage of agricultural areas.