Noun(1) a commission with jurisdiction over fisheries and navigation in a port or river(2) the official conservation of trees and soil and rivers etc.
(1) The main driving force in China to survey and draw maps was often for military reasons but also for problems such as water conservancy .(2) Noted for its conservancy of wildflowers, this museum southwest of Philadelphia features the art of the Wyeth family.(3) The school district says it seriously considered the feasibility of the conservancy 's proposals and drafted a plan that aimed to reconcile everyone's needs.(4) And the conservancy has already offered 90,000 of the most suitable acres to local people and set up a trust in their behalf.(5) Also in Alaska, the conservancy wants Prince William Sound declared an ocean wilderness although there have been attempts since 1973 to have the land around it designated wilderness.(6) A natural system of conservancy was in vogue, almost every hill top is dedicated to some local deity and the trees on or about the spot are regarded with great respect so that nobody dare touch them.(7) Suitable sites for putting up sheds and necessary arrangements for conservancy , lighting and general sanitation of the health camp were made.(8) After 1953, the conservancy became a joint project of the French and Cambodian Governments.(9) Smallie said the birds' natural habitat is the wetlands, and wetland conservancy is therefore urged.(10) Its conservancy of freely available information includes software, music, literature, art, history and philosophy.(11) from the point of view of nature conservancy, I'd rather see it left unspoilt(12) The ecological significance of the color of bioluminescence and conservancy of green emission in larval fireflies and other luminescent beetle larvae is discussed.(13) I have supported both preservation of art and architecture and nature conservancy and I'm sure I'm not alone among your readers.(14) Several speakers raised concerns about the draft OCP approach to nature conservancy .(15) The Department of Conservation's Wanganui conservancy has reported to me that it has assisted people affected by the floods with equipment and labour.(16) Just a few of the benefits to your program are natural beauty, recreational opportunity, environmental education, conservancy , wildlife protection, and resource utilization.
(1) nature conservancy :: asili ya Hifadhi
1. protection ::
3. conservation ::
4. reservation ::
5. upkeep ::
6. conservancy ::
7. care ::
8. taking care ::
9. custody ::
chini ya ulinzi
11. charge ::
Different Formsconservancies, conservancy
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