Sistem Penguasaan Tanah dan Pohon untuk memperbaiki Pengelolaan Agroforestri di Sumatera Barat | Land Portal

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Date of publication: 
Janeiro 2018
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ISBN / Resource ID: 
OSF_preprint:46108-A13-505

Planting trees on public lands are often considered unsustainable due to the rights of individuals arc weak. Therefore it is important to know the individuals tree rights to promote tree planting. The study aims to conceptualize tree tenure system to encourage better management of agroforestry at the farm level. The result showed variation on tree tenure rights can be separated from land tenure rights, but attached to a custom or habit which is a local setting (customary). So tree tenure security is not determined by the status of land Communal basis emphasize communal rights as the basis to use trees. Traditional management initiatives of agroforestry illustrate that the land use pattern support Sustainability in term of activities on land and environmental conservation Communal restrictions to use of trees by land's holder encourage them choose the non-timber type of plants for revenue purposes

Autores e editores

Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 

Tri Martial

Publisher(s): 
Center for Open Science

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Provedor de dados

Center for Open Science

Our mission is to increase openness, integrity, and reproducibility of research.


These are core values of scholarship and practicing them is presumed to increase the efficiency of acquiring knowledge.


For COS to achieve our mission, we must drive change in the culture and incentives that drive researchers’ behavior, the infrastructure that supports their research, and the business models that dominate scholarly communication.


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