Conservation and Community Through Site-Specific Reclamation

End uses that encourage native species prosperity and connect to local and regional needs
Sponsored by Chemours

It’s hard to find a human activity that does not rely on the extraction, transport, processing or disposal of natural resources. While these activities can lead to some degree of habitat fragmentation or pollution while a facility is active, the reclamation work that takes place after operations cease creates new opportunities for habitat creation and connectivity, as well as unique ways to engage the surrounding community.

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