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June 20th, 2011
China Concludes Rural Land Mapping Pilot

A rural land registration pilot project has recently been concluded in Feidong Country in the Chinese province of Anhui, providing farmers in two villages digitally generated rural land certificates, giving them clearly defined rights in the newly introduced land registration and cadastral systems. Eight provincial rural land registration pilots were initiated by the Ministry of Agriculture, with the Feidong project being one of them. The experiment differs from the other pilots in two areas: firstly, clear & accurate mapping and delineating of every household’s unconnected land parcels; and secondly, the application of modern land management systems and geospatial technologies to support the capture and maintenance of land data. Read More