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Grenada Land Policy, Administration and Management (2003)

The paper discusses the importance of land distribution programs in Grenada to achieve sustainable growth and develop the rural economy. The challenge lies in the fact that most of the land in Grenada is privately owned, and the government needs to move from articulating land policy for agricultural purposes to developing a national land policy within an active land market. The paper also highlights the Grenada Land Information System (GLIS), which uses computer modeling for land suitability and agricultural land use planning. The paper concludes by discussing the mandate of the Authority to identify, protect, conserve, and rehabilitate the natural and cultural heritage of Grenada.


Area of interest: Grenada

Year: 2003

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