conversion (part of speech: noun)
restoration (part of speech: noun)
- There is no question that most of this waste is capable of reclamation by simple planting, and no mode of physical improvement is better worth the attention of civilized Governments than this. - "The Earth as Modified by Human Action", George P. Marsh.
- The experiments were not based upon any definite theory of reclamation, and consequently the work consisted largely of the comparison of varieties, when soil treatment was the all- important problem to be investigated. - "Dry-Farming", John A. Widtsoe.
- These opinions relative to the public lands do not in any manner conflict with the observance of the most liberal policy toward those of our fellow- citizens who press forward into the wilderness and are the pioneers in the work of its reclamation. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.