Heilongjiang 6000 mu forest land suspected of being deforested species ginseng official: has sent an investigation team

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 Heilongjiang 6000 mu forest land suspected of being deforested species ginseng official: has sent an investigation team


On November 11th, the upstream news magazine Close forests openskylightsand Heilongjiang 6000 mu of forest land suspected of being deforested and planted ginseng published an article. According to reports, residents reported that a large area of state-owned and village collective-owned forest land in Maoershan Town, Shangzhi City, Heilongjiang Province, had been cut down tens of thousands of Mu without logging procedures.

Upstream journalists learned from the Propaganda Department of Shangzhi Municipal Committee of Heilongjiang Province that at about 17 p.m. on April 11, 2019, upstream news published the article Close Forest withSkylight, and Heilongjiang 6000 mu of forest land suspected of being deforested and planted ginseng. Provincial Forestry and Grassland Bureau attaches great importance to it, and immediately dispatches an investigation team to investigate the deforestation species of ginseng reflected in the report. The Provincial Forestry Public Security Bureau, together with the relevant departments of Shangzhi City, has been investigating and collecting evidence in the relevant plots overnight.

The staff of the Propaganda Department told the upstream journalists that some of the participating areas were indeed state-owned forests, and the specific area needed to be investigated.

The contrast between the ginseng land and the dense forest on one side is strong, like opening a skylight. Previous reports from upstream news showed that many woodlands in Maoershan Town of Shangzhi City had been cut down and turned into large areas of participating land (planting ginseng). One of the larger sites, covering an area of 40 hectares, is like opening a huge skylight in dense woodland. By comparing historical satellite images, it is found that the area was once a lush forest after September 2014. According to rough estimates, the forest area is about 40 hectares. If the minimum contract price is 150,000 yuan per hectare, the profit will be at least 6 million yuan. It is reported that Heilongjiang has issued a document prohibiting the cultivation of ginseng and other medicinal materials in any form of reclamation of forest land, and requests that the encroached forest land must be recovered and returned to forests by the end of 2015. Source: Upstream News Responsible Editor: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

The contrast between the ginseng land and the dense forest on one side is strong, like opening a skylight.

Previous reports from upstream news showed that many woodlands in Maoershan Town of Shangzhi City had been cut down and turned into large areas of participating land (planting ginseng). One of the larger sites, covering an area of 40 hectares, is like opening a huge skylight in dense woodland. By comparing historical satellite images, it is found that the area was once a lush forest after September 2014.

According to rough estimates, the forest area is about 40 hectares. If the minimum contract price is 150,000 yuan per hectare, the profit will be at least 6 million yuan.

It is reported that Heilongjiang has issued a document prohibiting the cultivation of ginseng and other medicinal materials in any form of reclamation of forest land, and requests that the encroached forest land must be recovered and returned to forests by the end of 2015.