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The process of rehabilitating disturbed lands, or converting unproductive lands to productive uses. The term is also used for the process of recycling or reusing water. In the context of the [[Reclamation Act]] and [[reclamation law]], it means putting arid lands to use through irrigation.  
 
The process of rehabilitating disturbed lands, or converting unproductive lands to productive uses. The term is also used for the process of recycling or reusing water. In the context of the [[Reclamation Act]] and [[reclamation law]], it means putting arid lands to use through irrigation.  
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[[Category: Political Science]]
 
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The process of rehabilitating disturbed lands, or converting unproductive lands to productive uses. The term is also used for the process of recycling or reusing water. In the context of the Reclamation Act and reclamation law, it means putting arid lands to use through irrigation.

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