Law enforcement officers collect evidence at the scene of Wuyishan National Park
Nongshan Spring excavated in Wuyishan National Park
In the afternoon of January 14th, at the construction site of the proposed dam at Nongfu Spring in Wuyishan National Park, the relevant person in charge of the Wuyishan Forestry Bureau confirmed to the Red Star reporter that vegetation will be restored on the destroyed section from January 15th, and the trees planted will be laurels. tree.
Hearing this news, Weibo reporter Qiang Wen ’s father, Qiang Huanrong, was very happy. He told the Red Star reporter, "The government's vigorous and popular approach to vegetation restoration is certainly a good thing, but we must also consider how to punish the vandals. Wuyishan National After the park was built, there were three strictest rules, and it has just been implemented. If we do n’t pay close attention to this matter, how can we build a national park later? "
Qiang Huanrong also expressed support for the government's choice of planting osmanthus. "Now the osmanthus is planted according to the season, and it can be compensated. It will take at least 100 years to restore it to its original state."
Qiang Wen said that it is impossible to completely recover. Now the restoration of vegetation is to allow the local soil and water conservation to continue to grow. The laurel is planted because only such trees can be planted now. This is the professional judgment of the forestry department.
On January 11, Qiang Wen reported on Weibo that Nongfu Spring excavated an access road in Wuyishan National Park without permission and damaged a large number of original forests, causing widespread concern on the Internet. The next day, the Wuyishan National Park Administration issued an investigation notice saying that when the Nongfu Spring was constructing the access road, the area was not included in the scope of Wuyishan National Park. After being approved by the Fujian Provincial People's Government on December 25, 2019, it was newly transferred to the national park. range. Deforestation has been investigated by the Wuyishan Forestry Public Security Department on November 18, 2019.
Red Star News reporter Yuan Ye Lu Yanfei Fujian Wuyishan Photography Report
Edit 丨 Bo Zhang