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Cultural preservation and ecological conservation

Cultural preservation and ecological conservation

To build a complete flora and fauna, culture and landscape protection system the main methods of the national park are:

  1. Preserving the unique terrain and landscape in the area. 
  2. Protecting the flora, fauna and their habitats as well as provide habitats for migratory birds. 
  3. Extending the ecological corridor. 
  4. Preserving the Pingpu tribe, Siraya Culture and important settler historic and cultural relics. 
  5. Preserving the remnants of distinctive local industries. (salt-pans, fish ponds)

Nature and cultural education and research

Nature and cultural education and research

To guarantee species and cultural diversity for academic research and outdoor environmental education, the main methods are:

  1. Establishing a research system and environmental monitoring program. 
  2. Building a complete biological data platform. 
  3. Providing a site for landscape, geological and flora and fauna ecological Researches. 
  4. Providing an area for cultural relic research. 
  5. Providing a venue for environmental education.

Eco-recreation interpretation and experience

To give the public a suitable opportunity to learn about the park’s overall environment the main methods are:

  1. Developing eco-tourism to give the public experiences for the beauty of the natural environment. 
  2. Through suitable environmental interpretation providing environmental education for the people. 
  3. Planning environmental education to deliver conservation concepts and to establish environment awareness for the public. 
  4. Promoting a partnership with the local communities based on coexistence, co-prosperity and sharing.

To build up a partnership between the park and local residents based on mutual understanding, trust and help, the following methods are used:

  1. Empowering the community in park operations, interpretation for example. 
  2. Assisting with the conversion of local resource use and development of partnerships. 
  3. Through interpretation provided by local people visitors' understanding and respects for the environment, culture and tradition life in the park area would be increased.