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Changing roles: Ex-loggers now backbone in forest protection

This year marks the 60th anniversary of China’s first nature reserve, but now there’s a new model of nature conservation emerging. A group of conservationists from non-governmental organizations took over the management responsibility of a forest called Laohegou, or Old Creek, in southwest China’s Sichuan Province five years ago. And it’s been good news for the plants, wildlife, and also for the forest rangers there. CCTV’s Tao Yuan explains more.

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