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This restoration will repair 16 miles of habitat for threatened salmon and steelhead.
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It also allows restorers to learn about and evaluate previous restoration efforts, which may have changed the characteristics of the work.
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“The work of the next four years must be the restoration of democracy,” he said.
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In 2017, the Constitutional Court of Colombia declared the Atrato River—one of Colombia’s largest rivers—to be a “subject of rights,” with rights to protection, conservation, maintenance, and restoration.
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It’s one of more than a dozen lighthouse turned hotel properties in the country, and bookings help fund maintenance and restoration of the island.
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The coalition has started a number of restoration initiatives, including partnering with local restaurants to recycle oyster shells into shoreline reefs.
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Many utility crews from surrounding states were called in to assist with tree-clearing and restoration efforts.
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Along with restoration, Harrison started public tours of the property and set up a nonprofit foundation to keep it in the family.
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It would remove a cap on the funds and allow for money to be earmarked for restoration, operations, and capital improvements, in addition to conservation.
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Second, depending on what kind of treatment they use, restoration can cost from $700 to $4,000 per acre.
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WORDS RELATED TO RESTORATION

  • reappearance
  • reawakening
  • rebirth
  • restoration
  • resurgence
  • return to life
  • revival
  • awakening
  • cheering
  • consolation
  • invigoration
  • quickening
  • reactivation
  • reanimation
  • rebirth
  • recovery
  • recrudescence
  • regeneration
  • rejuvenation
  • renaissance
  • renascence
  • renewal
  • restoration
  • resurgence
  • resurrection
  • revitalization
  • revivification
  • risorgimento
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