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2013-12-03
After established, how did Taijiang National Park take into consideration both the balanced development of ecological conservation and the original fishing activities? Will it cause problems for the fishermen?
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The land in Taijiang National Park is almost entirely public land, and less impacted by private rights. Currently, the general control area within the scope maintains the original land use pattern, still giving respect and guidance to the existing fishing activities, and allowing the traditional fishing industries such as raising oysters, plugging oyster racks, fishing, gathering shellfish, and other such behaviors, so it will not cause any extra distress to the fishermen. In addition, the fishermen who own leasing rights for fish farms in special scenic spots should also maintain the original raising patterns according to the provisions of the contract, or can transform to ecological tourism through the guidance of Taijiang National Park Headquarters, in order to improve the industry revenue and the fishermen's livelihood. In the Chiku black-faced spoonbill conservation area, during the winter period that the black-faced spoonbill spends here, personnel, vehicles or other power and machinery transportation tools are prohibited to enter the park, except for the established public Explanation Pavilion, Plank Road, water proof roads and other specifically approved areas. In all other times, according to past regulations of the local government, the local fishermen are permitted to catch clams, red mouth turtles and razor shells, three economic shellfish. In the future, the National Park will use local place management, professional conservation research, protection and use control, and other such methods to protect the natural environment in the park from artificial destruction, ensure vitality of biological resources, and realize sustainable use of Taijiang's fishery resources.