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    Wuling History
    Date:2011/12/29
    Fig.1 Late President Chiang Ching-kuo inspecting Wuling Farm’s peach blossom plantation. Fig.2 Early days of Wuling Road. 
Fig.3 Late Presidents Chiang Kai-shek and Ching-kuo inspected Wuling Farm in the reclamation phase
    Fig.1 Late President Chiang Ching-kuo inspecting Wuling Farm’s peach blossom plantation.
    Fig.2 Early days of Wuling Road.
    Fig.3 Late Presidents Chiang Kai-shek and Ching-kuo inspected Wuling Farm in the reclamation phase.

    The Reclamation Phase (1963~1967)
    Lin De-Gi, the first director of Wuling Farm, led the veterans in opening up land to cultivate summer highland vegetables and temperate fruit trees. He then accepted the counsel of the Agricultural Revival Development Committee in setting the farm's management policy.

    The Agricultural Phase (1967~1981)
    In this phase of development, land was reformed, fruits trees were planted, and the North valley's vegetable plantations' planning was completed. In addition, Wuling Farm worked on expanding the farming area, relocating the veterans, counseling of vegetation methods and setting of new production competition rules to strengthen the system of fruit tree production management. In the meantime, Wuling Farm implemented mechanical operation methods to effectively boost efficiency and save on manpower. By 1980, this direct operational business had achieved the aim of self-sufficiency.

    The Leisure Farm Transforming Phase (1981~1988)
    In 1986, the first phase of transformation was completed. From 1989, Wuling Farm started to gradually develop software and hardware facilities, including camping grounds, a lion garden, tea houses, employee hostels and a tourist service center. After completion, Wuling farm implemented plans to attract tourists by working with the Veterans Farm Committee in interlinked package tourism, and initiated the move to get subsidies from related government units, such as the Tourism Bureau, in order to expand its facilities step by step over the years.

    The Tourism Transforming Phase (1999~until now)
    The farm implemented the second phase of transformation starting with the construction of the Wuling's Second Hotel, and complied with the government's policy in outsourcing the Second Hotel's management. Wuling Farm then continued implementing projects to expand and renovate its facilities, including the Maple Garden, Eco Park, Camping grounds, Wuling Tea Saloon, underground electrical system, and the Alpine Botanical Garden. With these changes, Wuling Farm officially entered its phase of ecotourism transformation.
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