Environmental revitalization

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Environmental revitalization is a process where plant life and other life is brought back to an area that was polluted, barren, contaminated, or turned into desert. Areas of environmental revitalization can be wetlands, meadows and forests.[1]

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  1. "A Citizen's Guide to Ecological Revitalization" (PDF). EPA - Cleanup Information. September 2012.