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Conservation is the preservation or efficient use of resources, or the conservation of various quantities under physical laws.

Conservation may also refer to:

Environment and natural resources[edit]

Physical laws[edit]

Land designated for conservation[edit]

  • Conservation area (United Kingdom), an area considered worthy of preservation because of its architectural or historic interest
  • Conservation designation, the status of an area of land in terms of conservation or protection
  • Conservation district, government entities that help manage and protect land and water resources in U.S. states and insular areas
  • Conservation easement, a power of an organization to constrain the exercise of rights otherwise held by a landowner to achieve certain conservation purposes
  • Conservation community, a community committed to saving large parcels of land from ecological degradation

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