This depends on the project and the land we are planting on. Some projects take place on privately owned land, so the trees "belong" to the owner of the land. For example, in an agroforestry project working with a farmer cooperative, the local farmers will own the trees they plant. Some projects are planted on public land, and the trees will "belong" to the governing body of the park. For example, in a forest fire restoration project in a National Forest, the trees would be owned by the government body who preside over that Forest.
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