[Taiwan Immigrants’ Global News Network]Recently, National Immigration Agency Taitung County Service Center visited to some of the new immigrants who have been actively supporting natural ecology and maintaining the natural setting in the Taitung region for many years. During this visit, they gained a thorough grasp of the new immigrants’ ideas and accomplishments about environmental preservation.
The Permaculture sustainable life design from Australia is an integrated design system based on the study of natural ecological sustainability and knowledge of ecology, anthropology, and agriculture; in Taiwan, farming that adheres to the Permaculture principles is also acknowledged as a type of friendliness farming methods.
Peter Morehead (孟磊), a new American immigrant, and his wife (江慧儀) moved to Taitung in 2000 after spending 30 years in Taiwan, according to the NIA Taitung County Service Center. The two established a sustainable agricultural forest in Dulan, Taitung, by bringing the idea of a sustainable existence to the region. This concept entails taking care of the environment, taking care of other people, and sharing resources fairly.
Dulan, Taitung was created by the two to identify numerous replicable ecological systems in nature, attracting visitors from Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia to Taitung to learn about sustainable living, which would also help the Taitung region's tourism industry one of the most recent developments in ecological education. National Immigration Agency intends to collaborate with Peter Morehead's Permaculture sustainable living design and work for Taitung since the seeds of this ecological promotion are primarily imported from overseas or promoted by new immigrants in the jurisdiction.
The director (林明道) of NIA Taitung County Service Center emphasized once more that the global outbreak of African swine fever has not abated. African swine fever must be firmly prevented from entering Taiwan in order to safeguard Taiwan's natural ecology and the long-term growth of agriculture and animal husbandry. Remind your relatives and friends who intend to go abroad or return home not to being pork products to Taiwan to avoid fines.