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Now, a decade after the conservancy was founded to fulfill that leadership role, board co-chair Connie Matsui told Voice of San Diego that Forever Balboa Park has begun talks with the city about a more formal partnership.

It’s carried out by dozens of local conservancies that consider the needs of both their local animals and their local people.

After the District introduced its 5-cent plastic-bag fee in 2010, conservancy volunteers noticed a “dramatic drop” in the number of bags that were pulled from Rock Creek, Braha said.

The conservancy and the Crystal House project aim to create spaces for families and individuals who may make too much money to qualify for government housing assistance but do not earn enough to afford high-demand real estate markets.

Gloria said he was inclined to follow the model etched out by civic leaders years ago that had a conservancy taking on more park responsibilities and philanthropic work as it gained support and a reputation for getting things done.

She skewers the Nature Conservancy for sponsoring oil drilling on their property for profit.

Conservancy there was none, and the stench from the streets, the lagoon, and even the bank of the river was sickening.

The Conservancy dredged the bed of the river, and also filled up a bight on the Surrey shore.

Measures of conservancy have been suggested, but their execution would be almost impracticable.

(b) Dry conservancy next after water-carriage is the best and safest system for the removal of human excreta.

These, owing to the large amount of water which they contain, are beyond the reach of any system of dry conservancy.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conservancy, such as: preservation, protection, management, conserving, preserving, and protecting.

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