ZONHR adds green to thousands of acres of loess
On July 9, 2016, ZONHR signed an ecological afforestation strategy agreement with the Laojun Township Government of Shandan County, Zhangye City, Shaanxi Province, to rebuild the 2000-mu land of the Silk Road town and add green grass to the desert loess. On the same day, ZONHR Chairman Cao Ping and Shandan County Tourism Bureau Director, Laojun Township Party Secretary Qi Jianjun, and Laojun Township Governor Yang Zongze discussed the ecological reconstruction plan in depth. The two sides put forward valuable cooperation proposals and filled the plan with confidence.
The 2,000-acre land of this cooperation was originally a fertile land of Wanmu Tucui in the Hexi Corridor. It has been ravaged for thousands of years, and now it is already rolling and the land is barren. According to the data of Gansu Meteorological Bureau, there are serious ecological degradation problems in the three major river basins in the Hexi Corridor, mainly due to the reduction of vegetation coverage and permanent snow cover area, and the ecological problems in some areas have intensified.
ZONHR will use soil remediation and improvement technology, biotechnology, and drip irrigation technology in the reconstruction plan, focusing on soil and soil transformation, and putting the profession and focus into the whole process of the plan. At the same time, ZONHR and local government units will continue to develop closer ties and cooperation to create a vibrant land.
The Hanming Great Wall Historic Site, Shandan Army Horse Farm, as the throat of the Silk Road leading to the Western Region, the Hexi Corridor is not only a legacy of the ancient road, but also a must-see for the cultural exchange between the Central Plains and the Western Regions. Its historical significance is self-evident. . Undertaking this historical feeling, ZONHR and the local government will contribute their own technology and sweat to the green cause, add a cool greenery to the desert sun in the Hexi Corridor, and respond to the national call to contribute to the local precision poverty alleviation!