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NW China’s Sanjiangyuan National Park experiences system reform

Updated: Jul 12,2016 9:56 AM     Xinhua

Photo taken on June 15, 2016 shows a mountain in Qumarleb county in Tibetan autonomous prefecture of Yushu, northwest China’s Qinghai province. Over the past decade, lots of efforts have been devoted to rehabilitate the fragile eco-system of Sanjiangyuan and the ecological degrading has been basically curbed. The Sanjiangyuan National Park has experienced system reform recently. The administration bureau will develop tourism, organic farming and stockbreeding in certain areas and test new management methods such as charity work, a grassland compensation mechanism and volunteering. [Photo/Xinhua]

An eagle flies over the Gyaring Lake in Madoi county of Tibetan autonomous prefecture of Golog, northwest China’s Qinghai province, July 31, 2014. Over the past decade, lots of efforts have been devoted to rehabilitate the fragile eco-system of Sanjiangyuan and the ecological degrading has been basically curbed. The Sanjiangyuan National Park has experienced system reform recently. The administration bureau will develop tourism, organic farming and stockbreeding in certain areas and test new management methods such as charity work, a grassland compensation mechanism and volunteering. [Photo/Xinhua]

A Tibetan antelope is seen in Hoh Xil, northwest China’s Qinghai province, May 18, 2015. Over the past decade, lots of efforts have been devoted to rehabilitate the fragile eco-system of Sanjiangyuan and the ecological degrading has been basically curbed. The Sanjiangyuan National Park has experienced system reform recently. The administration bureau will develop tourism, organic farming and stockbreeding in certain areas and test new management methods such as charity work, a grassland compensation mechanism and volunteering. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on June 15, 2016 shows a monument of the source of the Yellow River in Qumarleb county in Tibetan autonomous prefecture of Yushu, northwest China’s Qinghai province. Over the past decade, lots of efforts have been devoted to rehabilitate the fragile eco-system of Sanjiangyuan and the ecological degrading has been basically curbed. The Sanjiangyuan National Park has experienced system reform recently. The administration bureau will develop tourism, organic farming and stockbreeding in certain areas and test new management methods such as charity work, a grassland compensation mechanism and volunteering. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on July 31, 2014 shows lakes in Madoi county of Tibetan autonomous prefecture of Golog, northwest China’s Qinghai province. Over the past decade, lots of efforts have been devoted to rehabilitate the fragile eco-system of Sanjiangyuan and the ecological degrading has been basically curbed. The Sanjiangyuan National Park has experienced system reform recently. The administration bureau will develop tourism, organic farming and stockbreeding in certain areas and test new management methods such as charity work, a grassland compensation mechanism and volunteering. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on June 15, 2016 shows the upper stream of the Yellow River in Qumarleb county in Tibetan autonomous prefecture of Yushu, northwest China’s Qinghai province. Over the past decade, lots of efforts have been devoted to rehabilitate the fragile eco-system of Sanjiangyuan and the ecological degrading has been basically curbed. The Sanjiangyuan National Park has experienced system reform recently. The administration bureau will develop tourism, organic farming and stockbreeding in certain areas and test new management methods such as charity work, a grassland compensation mechanism and volunteering. [Photo/Xinhua]

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