Examples of conservancy in a Sentence
The land was recently donated to a local conservancy.
raising money for the conservancy of natural resources
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The conservancy created a revolving fund to purchase the house and others like it.
The conservancy said Monday on Twitter that a tracking device was successfully attached to a roughly 11-foot shark swimming a quarter-mile from the Truro shoreline.
And second, the conservancy has been hosting a major competition to find a new design for about 20 acres of riverfront property west of downtown.
The only really happening thing on the island is its nature conservancy, notably the sea-turtle nesting and protection program.
The formation of the conservancy was originally reported on by the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.
Starbucks announced plans to switch to strawless lids at stores worldwide by 2020, citing environmental consciousness and ocean conservancy in their efforts.
Much of the threat is blamed on loss of nesting habitat due to development and the lighting created by homes and businesses, which disorient the nesting turtles at night, the conservancy says.
He is survived by two females, Najin and her daughter Fatu, who live in a conservancy in Kenya.
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CONSERVANCY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of conservancy for English Language Learners
: an organization that works to protect animals, plants, and natural resources especially by purchasing and caring for areas of land
: a group of officials who control and protect a river or port
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