Conservation and Preservation

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RUNNING HEAD: CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION 1 Conservation and Preservation Chris Bolte SCI/275 June 3, 2011 David Barraza
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RUNNING HEAD: CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION 3 Preservation is the act of keeping something safe and away from damage, destruction, or decay. When we purchase food at the grocery store, it is loaded with preservatives to prolong the shelf-life; so you can keep your food in your fridge or pantry longer without it spoiling so quickly. The preservatives help protect natural elements in your food, especially meats and dairies, from going bad or decaying, and becoming dangerous and uneatable. Our natural resources need to be protected and we do this through preservation. Conservation, in short, is the planned management thereof. Our natural resources hold immense value to us, and we, as the human race, take them for granted. This is especially true with gas and oil. We have great oil
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