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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Hoanib Valley Camp The camp sits on the banks of the Obias River, just outside the private Palmwag Concession — a conservancy area — and overlooks the Hoanib River that teems with elephants, giraffes, oryx and springbok.
This was the first greenhouse show for the conservancy's new horticulturist, Rosemary Aldridge.
The state Clean Water Management Trust Fund awarded a grant to the conservancy to make the purchase.
The decision to euthanize Sudan was made Tuesday by a veterinary team from the zoo, the conservancy and Kenya Wildlife Service.
However, despite the fact that they were seen mating, there were no successful pregnancies,’’ the conservancy said.
Suni, the other male northern white rhino at the conservancy, died last year.
Now, only two female northern white rhinos remain at the conservancy—the last of their kind on Earth.
If the design plan is approved Thursday, the conservancy will kick its fundraising efforts into high gear.
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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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