conservation

(redirected from Natural conservation)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Research Center for Natural Conservation making its first property purchase in the US plans to continue to use the property to hold meetings and conferences, maintaining the mansion's legacy as one of the first conference centers in America.
The situation of the new development means it is close to the city centre but also enjoys unhindered views of the natural conservation area and wetlands.
The local lobbying group, Platform Against Nuclear Energy, still insists the area surrounding Akkuyu be declared a natural conservation site because it says it is "a scientifically proven habitat for seals".
To be defined as "ecotourism," the service or destination must provide for natural conservation, include meaningful community participation or ownership, and be profitable.
OTSU, Japan, June 8 Kyodo A three-day international workshop on the conservation of reeds on lakeshores and riverbanks will begin June 26 in Kusatsu, Shiga Prefecture in western Japan, the Kansai Organization for Natural Conservation said Tuesday.
For a more tranquil holiday, the ideal place is the small Med resort of Patara, close to an unbroken seven-mile stretch of beach and part of a natural conservation area where loggerhead turtles lay their eggs in the sand.
As we look back over the past 25 years, we might wonder why it took so long to develop what would seem to be a very natural conservation partnership.
These concurrent developments in cultural and natural conservation have set the stage for a rethinking of landscape conservation and for increasing collaboration of natural and cultural resource professionals.
But perhaps the most important problem is that, during any observation period, a certain amount of natural conservation takes place.
They practice natural conservation as they trap beaver, muskrat, lynx, marten, and mink, and come to the village only in summertime.