State Council Land Conversion Program

Chapter I General Provisions Article 1 These Regulations are formulated in order to standardize returning farmland to forests, protect the lawful rights and interests of farmers returning farmland to forests, consolidate the results of returning farmland to forests, optimize the industrial structure of rural areas, and improve the ecological environment.

Article 2 This Regulation shall apply to the approval of the conversion of cropland to forest within the scope of planning approved by the State Council.

Article 3 The people's governments at various levels shall strictly implement the policies and measures for "returning farmland to forests, afforestation by mountains, grain subsidy, and individual contracting."

Article 4 The return of farmland to forests must adhere to ecological priorities. Returning farmland to forests should be combined with adjusting rural industrial structure, developing rural economy, preventing soil erosion, protecting and building basic farmland, increasing grain yields, strengthening rural energy development, and implementing ecological migration.

Article 5 Returning farmland to forests should follow the following principles:

(1) Overall planning, step-by-step implementation, highlighting of key points, and emphasis on practical results;

(2) Combining policy guidance with farmers' willingness to withdraw from the farmland, who will return farmland, who will afforest, who will operate, and who will benefit;

(C) follow the laws of nature, adapting to local conditions, suitable forest is forest, suitable grass is grass, comprehensive management;

(4) Equal emphasis on construction and protection to prevent destruction while managing side by side;

(e) Gradually improve the living conditions of the people who have returned farmland to forests.

Article 6 The State Council’s western development agency shall be responsible for the comprehensive coordination of returning farmland to forests, organize relevant departments to study and formulate policies and methods for returning farmland to forests, and organize and coordinate the implementation of the overall plan for returning farmland to forests; the State Council's forestry administrative department shall be responsible for the preparation of the return of farmland. The overall forest planning and annual plan shall be in charge of the implementation of the national project of returning farmland to forests, and shall be responsible for the guidance and supervision of the work of returning farmland to forests; the State Council's development plan department shall, together with the relevant departments, be responsible for the review of the overall plan for returning farmland to forests, the collection of plans, and the annual plan for infrastructure construction. Preparation and overall balance; the State Council's financial authority is responsible for the arrangement and supervision of the central government subsidy funds for returning farmland to forests; the State Council's agricultural administrative department is responsible for the preparation of plans and plans for returning farmland to grassland and the restoration and construction of natural pastures in the existing grasslands. , as well as technical guidance and supervision and inspection; the water administrative department of the State Council is responsible for the technical guidance and supervision and inspection of the small watershed management, water and soil conservation and other related work in the returning farmland to forests and grassland areas; and the grain administrative department of the State Council is responsible for the coordination and adjustment of grain sources. Make.

The departments of forestry, planning, finance, agriculture, water conservancy, and grain under the local people's government at or above the county level shall, under the unified leadership of the people's government at the same level, divide the work according to the duties and responsibilities of these regulations and regulations and be responsible for the work related to the return of farmland to forests.

Article 7 The state implements the responsibility system of the people's government of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government in returning farmland to forests. The people’s governments of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall organize relevant departments to ensure that the central government subsidies for returning farmland to forests are earmarked for special purposes, organize the implementation of transportation and supply of supplementary grain, strengthen the review of returning farmland to forests, and complete the return of farmland to forests issued by the State on schedule. Tasks, and step-by-step implementation of the target responsibility, signed a letter of responsibility, to achieve the goal of returning farmland to forests.

Article 8 The target responsibility system shall be implemented for returning farmland to forests.

Relevant departments of the local people's governments at or above the county level shall sign a responsibility statement with the person in charge of the project for returning farmland to forests and the person in charge of technology to specify the responsibilities that they should bear.

Article 9 The state supports the research and promotion of the application technology of returning farmland to forests, and raises the level of science and technology for returning farmland to forests.

Article 10 The relevant departments of the State Council and local people's governments at all levels shall organize the publicity and education of returning farmland to forests, and enhance citizens' awareness of ecological construction and protection.

Units and individuals that have made remarkable achievements in the work of returning farmland to forests shall be commended and rewarded by relevant departments of the State Council and local people's governments at various levels.

Article 11 Any unit or individual has the right to report or sue to destroy the behavior of returning farmland to forests.

After the relevant people's government and its relevant departments receive reports or accusations, they shall promptly handle them.

Article 12 Audit institutions at various levels shall strengthen the audit and supervision of the return of farmland to forests and the use of food subsidies.

Chapter II Planning and Plans Article 13 The conversion of farmland to forests shall be planned in an integrated manner.

The overall plan for the return of farmland to forests shall be prepared by the competent forestry administrative department of the State Council. After coordination by the State Council’s western development agencies and the State Council's development planning department, it shall be submitted to the State Council for approval.

The forestry administrative departments of the people's governments of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall, in accordance with the overall plans for returning farmland to forests, compile the plans for the return of farmland to forests in their respective administrative regions and, with the approval of the people's governments at the same level, report to the relevant departments of the State Council for the record.

Article 14 The plan for returning farmland to forests shall include the following main contents:

(i) Scope, layout and emphasis;

(b) Years, goals and tasks;

(3) Investment estimates and sources of funds;

(d) Benefit analysis and evaluation;

(e) Safeguards.

Article 15 The following cultivated land shall be included in the plan for the conversion of farmland to forests, and implement the project of returning farmland to forests according to the needs of ecological construction and the state's financial resources:

(1) Serious soil erosion;

(2) Severe desertification, salinization, and rocky desertification;

(3) The ecological status is important, and the grain output is low and unstable.

The cultivated land in the ecologically important areas such as the source of the rivers and rivers, the steep slope farmland around the lake bank, and the serious damage to soil erosion and wind-blown sand should be given priority in the plan for the conversion of farmland to forests.

Article 16 The farmland within the scope of basic farmland protection and the farmland with good production conditions, actual grain output exceeding the state's standard of subsidies for returning farmland to forests and no loss of soil and water shall not be included in the plan for returning farmland to forestry; however, due to special ecological construction Needs, after the approval of the State Council and in accordance with the procedures stipulated by relevant laws and administrative regulations, the scope of basic farmland protection can be incorporated into the plan for returning farmland to forests.

When formulating plans for the return of farmland to forests, the long-term livelihood needs of the farmers who are returning from farming should be considered.

Article 17 The plan for the return of farmland to forestry shall be coordinated with the plan for national economic and social development, the overall plan for rural economic development, and the overall plan for land use, and be coordinated with the plans for environmental protection, soil and water conservation, and desertification control.

Article 18 The return of farmland to forests must be carried out in accordance with approved plans. Without the consent of the original approval organ, the plan to return farmland to forests may not be arbitrarily adjusted.

Article 19 The competent forestry administrative departments of the people's governments of the provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall, in accordance with the plan for converting farmland to forests, work with the relevant departments to compile plans for returning farmland to forests for the next year in their respective administrative regions, which shall be reviewed and approved by the development plan department of the people's government at the corresponding level, and After approval by the people's government, they shall report to the State Council’s western development agencies, forestry, development plans, and other relevant departments before August 31 of each year. The State Council’s forestry administrative department shall compile and formulate the annual national plan for the return of farmland to forests, coordinated by the State Council’s western development agency, and reviewed and comprehensively balanced by the State Council’s development planning department. After approval by the State Council, the State Council’s development planning department will join relevant agencies before October 31st. Jointly issued.

The development plan department of the people's government of a province, autonomous region or municipality directly under the Central Government, in conjunction with relevant departments, will decompose the plan for returning farmland to forests in the next year of the administrative region to the relevant county (city) people's government before November 30, in accordance with the national annual plan for the return of farmland to forests. Decomposition and release of the situation were reported to the relevant departments of the State Council for the record.

Article 20 The forestry administrative departments of the people's governments of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall, in accordance with the national plan for returning farmland to forests for the next year, work with the relevant departments to compile annual implementation plans for the return of farmland to forests within their respective administrative regions, and shall be subject to review by the forestry administrative department of the State Council. Later, it was reported to the people's government at the same level for approval.

The forestry administrative department of the people's government at the county level may, according to the approved annual implementation plan for returning farmland to forests at the provincial level, prepare an annual implementation plan for returning farmland to forest within its own administrative area, report it to the people’s government at the same level for approval, and report it to the province, autonomous region, and The competent forestry administrative department of the people's government of the municipality directly under the Central Government shall put on record.

Article 21 The implementation plans for annual returning farmland to forest should include the following main contents:

(1) The specific scope of returning farmland to forests;

(b) the ratio of ecological forests to economic forests;

(3) Tree species selection and vegetation allocation methods;

(d) afforestation model;

(5) Supply methods of seedlings;

(6) Vegetation management and supporting measures;

(7) Project and technical person in charge.

Article 22 The forestry administrative department of the people's government at the county level shall, in accordance with the annual implementation plan for returning farmland to forests, organize professional staff or qualified design institutes to compile the township operation design, and implement the contents of the implementation plan to specific land plots and land contracting operations. Right person.

When designing operations, dry and semi-arid areas should be mainly planted with drought-resistant shrubs (grasses) and restored original vegetation; intercropping and planting of grass should be intercropping perennials, and the initial planting densities of the main trees should comply with national regulations. The standard.

Article 23 The area of ​​ecological forest constructed by returning cultivated land to forest shall not be less than 80% of the area of ​​reforestation of farmland for returning farmland.

Ecological forests constructed from the conversion of farmland to forests shall be certified by the forestry administrative department of the local people's government at or above the county level in accordance with the standards formulated by the forestry administrative department of the State Council.

Chapter III Afforestation, Management and Inspection, Inspection and Acceptance Article 24 The people's government at the county level or the people's government at the township level entrusted by the county-level government shall sign a contract for returning farmland to forests with the land contractual management right holders who have returned farmland to forests.

The contract for returning farmland to forests should include the following main contents:

(1) The extent and area of ​​land reforested from farmland and the afforestation areas and areas of uncultivated wasteland in Yilin;

(2) The method of returning farmland to forests determined according to the design of operations;

(3) the survival rate of afforestation and its preservation rate;

(d) responsibility for management and protection;

(5) Funds and food subsidies, deadlines and payment methods;

(6) The methods and contents of technical guidance and technical services;

(vii) Sources and supply methods of seedlings;

(8) Liability for breach of contract;

(9) The term of performance of the contract.

The contents of the contract for returning farmland to forests must not contravene the provisions of this ordinance and other national regulations on returning farmland to forests.

Article 25 The seeds and seedlings needed for the return of cultivated land to forestry may be purchased centrally by the county-level people's government according to the actual organization in the area, or may be purchased by the person who has returned the farmland to the forest. For centralized procurement, the opinions of those who return farmland to forests shall be solicited, and open auction methods shall be used to sign a written contract. If it exceeds the national standards for seedlings and afforestation subsidies, no fee shall be forcibly collected from those who return the farmland to forests.

No unit or individual may designate a seedling supplier for returning farmland to forests.

It is prohibited to monopolize the price of seedlings and raise seedlings.

Article 26 The seedlings used for returning farmland to forests shall be bred on the spot and transferred to the nearest locality. Priority shall be given to the use of seedlings and seedlings of native trees and strong tree species with strong resistance to stress.

Article 27 The competent department of forestry and agriculture shall strengthen the management of the technical guidance and services for seedling cultivation to ensure the quality of seedlings.

The sales and supply of returning farmland to forests and seedlings shall be inspected by the competent administrative departments of forestry and agriculture of the people's government at the county level, and shall be accompanied by a label and a quality inspection certificate; if they are transferred across counties, quarantine certificates shall also be obtained according to law.

Article 28 The people's governments of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall, in accordance with the plan for the return of farmland to forests in their respective administrative regions, strengthen the construction of seedling production and seed collection bases.

The state encourages enterprises and individuals to adopt various forms of cultivating seedlings and carry out industrialized operations.

Article 29 Whoever returns farmland to forest shall plant and grow grass according to the requirements of the operation design and the contract.

The prohibition of forestry intercropping and the destruction of the original forest and grass vegetation.

Article 30 During the period of enjoying the funds and food subsidies, the person who has converted the land to forest shall, in accordance with the requirements of the job design and the contract, afforest the barren hills and uncultivated land in Yilin.

Article 31 The people's government at the county level shall establish a system for the management and protection of vegetation for returning farmland to forests to implement the responsibility for management and protection.

Those returning farmland to forests should perform their duties of management and protection.

It is forbidden to carry out activities such as recultivating and engaging in the indiscriminate mining and indiscriminate digging of the surface vegetation within the scope of implementation of the project of returning farmland to forests.

Article 32 Local people's governments at all levels and their relevant departments shall organize technical extension units or technical personnel to provide technical guidance and technical services for returning farmland to forests.

Article 33 The competent forestry administrative department of the people's government at the county level shall, in accordance with the standards and methods for inspection and acceptance established by the forestry administrative department of the State Council, inspect and accept the construction projects returning farmland to forests. .

Article 34 The people's governments of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall review the inspection and acceptance results of returning farmland to forests at the county level, and reward and punish the people's governments at the county level and relevant responsible personnel according to the results of the review.

The forestry administrative department of the State Council shall verify the results of the provincial review and submit the verification results to the State Council.



Chapter IV Funds and Food Subsidies Article 35 In accordance with the approved actual area of ​​returning farmland to forests, the State provides grants for subsidies for grain, seedlings and afforestation subsidies, and living subsidy to the holders of land contractual management rights. The specific subsidy standards and the term of subsidy shall be implemented in accordance with relevant regulations of the State Council.

Article 36. Slope farmland that has not been contracted to households or fallow for farming will be returned to forests, and afforested in barren hillsides and lands that are planned for conversion to farmland and forested, only to enjoy the seedlings and afforestation subsidies.

Article 37. Seedlings and afforestation subsidies and living allowances shall be timely issued and approved by the State Council's planning, finance, and forestry departments in accordance with relevant regulations.

Article 38 Food supplements shall be transferred to the nearest destination, reduce supply links, and reduce supply costs. Food subsidies are handled in accordance with relevant national policies.

The transfer of grain shall be borne by local finances, and shall not be shared by enterprises that provide food subsidies and those who return farmland to forests.

Article 39 The people's governments of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall reasonably determine the types of food subsidies based on the local consumption habits of rations and crop planting habits and the actual situation of local food stocks.

The subsidized food must meet the national quality standards. Those that do not meet the national quality standards shall not be supplied to the people who have returned farmland to the forest.

Article 40 In the first year of the land reforestation, the subsidized grain of the year may be redeemed in two batches, and the amount to be paid each time shall be determined by the people's government of the province, autonomous region or municipality directly under the Central Government.

From the second year after returning cultivated land to forest, the county-level people's government shall, within the prescribed subsidy period, organize the relevant departments and units to promptly return the farmer to the forest that holds the acceptance certificate for the year.

Article 41 The grain to be replenished shall not be converted into cash or vouchers. Enterprises that provide grain subsidies may not repurchase grain for returning farmland to forests.

Article 42 Seedlings and afforestation subsidies shall be used for the purchase of seedlings, and the savings may be used for afforestation subsidies and enclosures.

If the person who has returned farmland to forests purchases seedlings by themselves, the county-level people's government or the township-level people's government entrusted by it shall pay off the seedlings and afforestation subsidies at one time when the contract for returning farmland to forests becomes effective.

If the seedlings are purchased in a centralized manner and the acceptance of returning farmland to forests is qualified, the seedling procurement organization shall settle the seedlings and afforestation subsidy with the farmers who have returned to farmland.

Article 43 After returning farmland to forest, the county-level people's government shall organize relevant departments to promptly pay off the farmer's returning forests who hold the acceptance certificate and pay the annual living allowances within the prescribed subsidy period.

Article 44 The funds for returning farmland to forests shall be stored in special accounts and used for special purposes. No unit or individual may occupy, retain, embezzle, and withhold.

No unit or individual may falsify or falsely report falsely claimed funds and food.

Article 45 For the pre-requisite work and scientific and technological support required for the return of cultivated land to forests, the state shall grant subsidies according to a certain percentage of the investment in the basic construction of returning farmland to forests. The development planning department of the State Council shall make arrangements in the annual plan according to the project conditions.

The costs of inspection, acceptance, and payment required for returning farmland to forests shall be borne by local finances. The expenses required for verification by the relevant central authorities shall be borne by the central government.

Article 46: Townships (towns) and villages that implement the project of returning farmland to forest shall establish a publicized system of returning farmland to forests, and publicize the returning farmland to forests, afforestation tree species, survival rate, and funds and food subsidies issued by farmers returning farmland to forests. .

Chapter V Other Safeguards Article 47 The State protects the return of farmer to forestry and enjoys the ownership of forest (grass) on the farmland. In case of returning farmland to forests by themselves, the owner of the land contracting management rights enjoys the ownership of the forest (grass) on the reclaimed land; if the commissioning of others to return forests or cooperating with others to return forests, the ownership of the forest (grass) on the reclaimed land shall be stipulated in the contract.

After returning cultivated land to forest, the people's government at or above the county level shall issue a forest (grass) ownership certificate in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Forest Law and Grassland Law, confirm the ownership and use rights, and go through the land change registration procedures according to law. The land contracting contract should be adjusted accordingly.

Article 48 The term of contractual management right after the land has been returned to forest can be extended to 70 years. After the contracted management right expires, the land contracting management right holder may continue to contract in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.

The contracted management rights after returning farmland to forest land and afforestation of barren hills and wasteland can be inherited and transferred according to law.

Article 49 Those who return farmland to forests shall enjoy tax incentives in accordance with the relevant regulations of the State, in which income derived from the return of farmland to forests (grass) for agricultural specialties shall be exempted from agricultural special product taxes in accordance with national regulations.

For county-level (city) agricultural tax returning farmland to forests, due to the reduction of disasters, the superior finance shall give appropriate subsidies by means of transfer payment. If there are any difficulties, the central government shall, through approval of the State Council, give appropriate subsidies in the form of transfer payments.

Article 50 After the expiry of funds and food subsidies, without prejudice to the overall ecological functions, with the approval of the relevant competent authorities, the people who return the farmland to the forest may lawfully harvest all their forest trees.

Article 51 Local people's governments at various levels shall strengthen the construction of basic farmland and agricultural infrastructure, increase input, improve soil, reconstruct sloping farmland, increase land productivity and unit grain output, and solve the long-term ration demand of those who return farmland to forests.

Article 52 The local people's governments at various levels shall, in light of the actual situation, strengthen the construction of rural energy such as biogas, small hydropower, solar energy, and wind energy, and solve the energy demand of the people who have returned farmland to forests.

Article 53 Local people's governments at all levels shall adjust the industrial structure in the countryside, support leading enterprises, develop pillar industries, open up employment channels, increase the income of farmers, speed up the construction of small towns, and promote the transfer of agricultural population to cities and towns.

Article 54 The State encourages the implementation of ecological immigrants in the process of returning farmland to forests and gives appropriate subsidies to the production and living facilities of ecological immigrant farmers.

Article 55 After returning farmland to forest, the local people's government concerned shall take measures such as closing hills, grazing bans, and housing and raising livestock to protect the results of returning farmland to forests.

Article 56 Conversion of farmland to forests shall be combined with policies and measures such as poverty alleviation and development, comprehensive agricultural development, and water and soil conservation. Project funds of different natures shall be planned and arranged on the premise of earmarked funds, so as to increase the efficiency of the use of funds.

Chapter VI Legal Responsibility Article 57 If a State worker violates the provisions of these Regulations in his activities of returning farmland to forests and he commits one of the following acts, he shall be subject to the provisions of the Criminal Law concerning the offences of embezzlement, accepting bribes, embezzlement, or other crimes. Investigating criminal responsibility according to law; if there is not enough criminal punishment, administrative sanctions shall be imposed according to law:

(1) crowding out, intercepting or misappropriating the funds for returning farmland to forests or deducting subsidies for grain;

(2) Defrauding or falsely reporting falsely claimed funds and food;

(3) to take advantage of other people’s property or other advantages by taking advantage of their position.

If any person other than a national staff member commits any of the acts of item (2) of the preceding paragraph, he shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to the provisions of the criminal law concerning fraud or other crimes; if there is not enough criminal punishment, the forestry administrative department of the people's government at or above the county level shall be responsible. Ordered to return the funds and food provided by the guilty party, a fine of not less than 2 times but not more than 5 times of the amount of funds received was imposed.

Article 58 Where a staff member of a state agency violates the provisions of these Regulations in the course of returning farmland to forests, and he commits any of the following acts, the unit to which he belongs or the competent department at a higher level shall order it to make corrections within a specified time, and refund the assessed and additional fees charged. In accordance with the provisions of the Criminal Law on the crimes of abuse of power, dereliction of duty, or other crimes, the person in charge who is directly responsible and other directly responsible persons shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law; if there is not enough criminal punishment, administrative sanctions shall be imposed according to law:

(1) failing to timely handle the report or accusation concerning the destruction of the returning farmland to forests;

(2) Apportion foodstuffs and freight for the enterprises that provide food subsidies and those who return farmland to forests;

(3) Failing to issue timely subsidy food and living subsidy to the people who have received the certificate of acceptance;

(4) When the contract for returning farmland to forests comes into effect, those who return the farmland to forests who purchase seedlings by themselves do not pay off the seedlings and afforestation subsidies at one time;

(5) If the seedlings are purchased in a centralized manner, after the acceptance of returning farmland to forests, the seedlings and afforestation subsidy fees are not settled with the people who have returned to farmland;

(6) Unqualified seedlings purchased in a centralized manner;

(7) Where the seedlings are purchased in a centralized manner, the fee for seedlings that exceeds the standard of seedlings and afforestation subsidies by the state shall be forcibly collected from those who return farmland to forests;

(8) Designating seedlings suppliers for returning cultivated land to forests;

(9) Approving a grain enterprise to provide subsidies to grain for those who do not meet the national quality standards, or convert the subsidized food into cash or voucher for the return of farmer to forest;

(10) Others who do not perform their duties in accordance with these regulations.

Article 59 When monopolizing the seedling market by unfair means or raising the price of seedlings, the criminal responsibility shall be investigated and dealt with in accordance with the provisions of the Criminal Law concerning the crime of illegal business operations, forced trading, or other crimes; The administrative organ shall handle the case in accordance with the provisions of the Anti-Unfair Competition Law; if the anti-unfair competition law fails to provide, the administrative department for industry and commerce shall impose a fine not less than 2 times but not more than 5 times the illegal business amount.

Article 60 Sales and supply of seedlings that have not been qualified for inspection or seedlings without a label, quality inspection certificate, or quarantine certificate shall be investigated according to the provisions of the Criminal Law concerning the crime of producing and selling counterfeit seeds or other crimes according to law. Criminal liability; if it is not serious enough for criminal punishment, the forestry or agriculture administrative department of the people’s government at or above the county level or the administrative authority for industry and commerce shall deal with it according to the provisions of the Seed Law; if the seed law does not provide, the people’s government at or above the county level shall be responsible for forestry and agricultural administration. The competent department shall impose a fine of not less than 2 times but not more than 5 times the illegal business amount in accordance with its authority.

Article 61 Enterprises that provide subsidies for grain supply to those who fall back farmland to forests and provide supplementary grain that does not meet the national quality standards shall be ordered by the grain administrative department of the people's government at or above the county level to correct within a time limit, and the amount of supplementary grain that may be illegally supplied shall be multiplied by The standard ration price is less than 1 time fine.

If an enterprise that provides food subsidies converts the subsidized food into cash or vouchers for payment, or buys back the subsidized food, the food administrative department of the people's government at or above the county level shall order it to make corrections within a time limit, and may discount the current amount, the amount of vouchers, or repurchase. Food fines less than 1 time.

Article 62 Whoever replants cultivated land to forests for unauthorized recultivation, or engages in intercropping with forestry crops, engages in activities such as indiscriminate mining or indiscriminate digging within the scope of the implementation of the project of returning farmland to forestry, and destroys the vegetation on the ground shall be subject to the criminal law concerning the illegal occupation of agricultural land. For the crimes of cutting trees or other crimes, criminal responsibility shall be investigated according to law; if there is not enough criminal punishment, the forestry, agriculture, and water conservancy administrative departments of the people's government at or above the county level will punish them in accordance with the provisions of the Forest Law, Grassland Law and Soil and Water Conservation Law.



Chapter VII Supplementary Provisions Article 63 The specific implementation of the restoration and construction of the grasslands that have been converted from pastures and natural pastures shall be implemented in accordance with the Grassland Law and the relevant regulations of the State Council.

The specific implementation of the relevant work such as the management of small watersheds and soil and water conservation in the project of returning farmland to forests and grasslands shall be implemented in accordance with the Water and Soil Conservation Law and the relevant regulations of the State Council.

Article 64 For land outside the planned scope approved by the State Council, local people's governments at all levels decide to implement the return of farmland to forests, and do not enjoy the central policy subsidy provided for in this Regulation.

Article 65 This Regulation shall come into force on January 20, 2003.

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