On October 28, 2019, the 2019 Peach Flower Source Ranger Award was officially announced, and the average length of service of the award-winning ranger was 24.9 years, the longest of which was 40 years. Launched in 2019 by the Peach Flower Source Conservation Foundation, the award is planned to reward 10 front-line rangers each year for a total of 10 years.
Liu Zhenmao, 72, is one of the award-winning rangers. For 36 years, Liu Zhenmao stayed on the mountain all day, and had not been home for more than 20 years.
Jack ma, Shen Guojun, Zhu Baoguo and other directors on-site for the ranger award.
“In the past, we called tiger-fighting people, wolves, leopard-fighting people heroes, and today we call people who protect tigers, lions, and elephants heroes. jack ma said at the scene.
Ma said the rangers are the true heroes of this era, and if the environment is not protected now, the future tigers, leopards and lions may only be seen in novels and TV dramas. Respect and support for front-line rangers, most lying, is to awaken the community’s support for animal protection and those involved in animal protection.
It is reported that the “Peach Flower Source Ranger Award” was established, originated in the African Ranger Award. In 2017, jack ma announced in Kigali, Rwanda, that he would fund the establishment of the African RangerS Incentive Fund, together with the Peach Flower Source Foundation, to award 50 front-line rangers each year.