The objectives of the National Land Administration Project will be to achieve a more efficient and transparent land administration system, clarify the land tenure situation, identify public land suitable for small farmer settlements and promote a more sustainable use of the country's land resources.
The Land Management and Conservation Project will be part of a long term program for land management and erosion control to enhance agricultural productivity, to be carried out through newly elected village, ward and district councils.
The proposed project would aim to extend the benefits of secure landownership to up to 700,000 small farmers in Brazil's Northeast region and to improve the Government's ability to formulate land policies and administer land resources.
Purpose of the Agreement is to resolve all pending boundary differences between the two countries, and provide for maintaining the Rio Grande and the Colorado River as the international boundary. It provides procedures designed to avoid the loss or gain of territory by either country incident to future changes in the river.
In the framework of corrective measures required to prevent continued degradation of natural and cultural resources throughout the Zuni Watershed in accordance with the Zuni Land Conservation Act of 1990, a study shall be conducted and a plan prepared by the Soil Conservation Service and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs.
How secure are the rights to rural land in Cote d'Ivoire and what are the implications of tenure security for land use management? This is the central question posed by this study which draws on the results of a rapid survey of 250 household heads and findings in the rich anthropological literature.
This project aims at supporting innovative technical approaches for economically viable investment in soil conservation. It's objectives are to increase agricultural production and farm incomes by promoting the adoption of sustainable forms of land management and soil and water conservation by Santa Caterina's farmers.
This Act establishes a voluntary national program within the Department of Commerce to encourage coastal States to develop and implement coastal zone management plans. Funds were authorized for cost-sharing grants to States to develop their programs.
This Chapter of Division 2 of the Fish and Game Code of California, known as the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947, establishes the Wildlife Conservation Board and a single and coordinated program for the acquisition of lands and facilities suitable for recreational purposes, and adaptable for conservation, propagation, and utilization of the fish and game resources of the State.