PHOTOS Transfer of land-use rights benefits farmers, cooperatives in Hanjiata Village

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Transfer of land-use rights benefits farmers, cooperatives in Hanjiata Village

Xinhua

22:51, August 24, 2018

A villager picks tomatoes at a greenhouse in Hanjiata Village of Erdos, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Aug. 24, 2018. In recent years, the village has conducted the transfer of land-use rights with local farmers and cooperatives to boost agricultural production and rural tourism. So far, more than 80 mu (about 5.33 hectares) of wasteland and more than 120 mu (8 hectares) of uncultivated land have been effectively assarted or utilized. (Xinhua/Yu Dongsheng)

Aerial photo taken on Aug. 24, 2018 shows a lodge in Hanjiata Village of Erdos, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. In recent years, the village has conducted the transfer of land-use rights with local farmers and cooperatives to boost agricultural production and rural tourism. So far, more than 80 mu (about 5.33 hectares) of wasteland and more than 120 mu (8 hectares) of uncultivated land have been effectively assarted or utilized. (Xinhua/Yu Dongsheng)

A villager checks the condition of marigold flowers at a greenhouse in Hanjiata Village of Erdos, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Aug. 24, 2018. In recent years, the village has conducted the transfer of land-use rights with local farmers and cooperatives to boost agricultural production and rural tourism. So far, more than 80 mu (about 5.33 hectares) of wasteland and more than 120 mu (8 hectares) of uncultivated land have been effectively assarted or utilized. (Xinhua/Yu Dongsheng)

Aerial photo taken on Aug. 24, 2018 shows a view of Hanjiata Village in Erdos, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. In recent years, the village has conducted the transfer of land-use rights with local farmers and cooperatives to boost agricultural production and rural tourism. So far, more than 80 mu (about 5.33 hectares) of wasteland and more than 120 mu (8 hectares) of uncultivated land have been effectively assarted or utilized. (Xinhua/Yu Dongsheng)

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