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THE TREES WHERE WE LIVE: Urban and Community Forestry (U&CF) plays an integral part in promoting sound stewardship of our nation's urban and community forests and trees.
In the 2006 Long Island Sound Study, Connecticut state agencies in collaboration with New York and federal agencies as well as environmental organizations recognized the ecological and recreational importance of Plum Island as a Long Island Sound Stewardship Site.
This preceding quote forms the cornerstone one must consider when deriving operational measures to facilitate reasonable assurance and sound stewardship.
This can be helpful for encouraging the sound stewardship of inherited wealth.
The President assured of sound stewardship and prudent utilisation of the EU funds which will augment the estimated income from external sources in the CommunityaACAOs 2014 budget.
Among my responsibilities is to promote public health and sound stewardship of county tax dollars; implementation of the ACA does both.
For the sake of sound stewardship of public money, he said those who approved the budget must be distinct from those who implemented projects because the system was "very vulnerable" to "conflict of interest, parochialism and corruption," especially in the selection of suppliers and the bidding of contracts.
The targets consist of recognition of a safety net of emergency relief based on sound stewardship of natural resources and self-help at diverse governance levels as well as coordination of drought programmes and response in an effective, efficient and customer-oriented manner.
I am pleased that we were able to achieve our principal goal, which was to protect the US economy from the potentially devastating effects of AIG's failure, while demonstrating sound stewardship of taxpayer interests.
He has referred to the payments as Christian charity and sound stewardship because it would have cost the church far more money if the priest had not left voluntarily.
The MNS resolution states in part, "There is a moral, cultural and spiritual responsibility that exists in Aboriginal communities to provide sound stewardship of the land, water and the air quality of the traditional territories of all Aboriginal people.