Conserve may refer to:
- Conserve (condiment), a preserve made from a mixture of fruits or vegetables
- Conserve (NGO), an Indian environmental organization
- Conserve (publisher), a Dutch publisher
Other articles related to "conserve, conserves":
... Lowenstine left in the Conserve School Trust the Conserve School Board of Trustees began the initial planning for Conserve School ... a focus on the ecology of unspoiled forest and lake areas such as Conserve School’s Lowenwood campus ... From the fall of 2002 until the spring of 2010 Conserve School operated as a four-year college preparatory school ...
... Conserve (Dutch "Uitgeverij Conserve") is a Dutch publishing organization that was founded in 1983 in Schoorl by Kees de Bakker ... Cynthia Mc Leod is one of the authors published by Conserve This Dutch corporation or company article is a stub ...
... A conserve, or whole fruit jam, is a jam made of fruit stewed in sugar ... Often the making of conserves can be trickier than making a standard jam, because the balance between cooking, or sometimes steeping in the hot sugar mixture for just enough time to allow the flavor to be ... not particularly suitable for making into conserves, because they require cooking for longer periods to avoid issues such as tough skins ...
... Conserve School's 1,200-acre (4.9 km2) campus was named Lowenwood by Conserve School's founder, James Lowenstine ... There are roughly 22 miles (35 km) of trails on Conserve School's grounds, which students use for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and skiing ...
Famous quotes containing the word conserve:
“Honorable Senators: My sincerest thanks I offer you. Conserve the firm foundations of our institutions. Do your work with the spirit of a soldier in the public service. Be loyal to the Commonwealth and to yourselves and be brief; above all be brief.”
—Calvin Coolidge (18721933)
“A radical generally meant a man who thought he could somehow pull up the root without affecting the flower. A conservative generally meant a man who wanted to conserve everything except his own reason for conserving anything.”
—Gilbert Keith Chesterton (18741936)
“Just as we need to encourage women to test lifes many options, we need to acknowledge real limits of energy and resources. It would be pointless and cruel to prescribe role combination for every woman at each moment of her life. Life has its seasons. There are moments when a woman ought to invest emotionally in many different roles, and other moments when she may need to conserve her psychological energies.”
—Faye J. Crosby (20th century)