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Conservation designation

A conservation designation is a name and/or acronym which explains the status of an area of land in terms of conservation or protection.

Examples

United Kingdom

For a comprehensive list, see Conservation in the United Kingdom

European Union

United States of America

Wildlands Project

Multi-national

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