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President Announces Wetlands Initiative on Earth Day
President George W. Bush smiles during his introduction before delivering remarks on Earth Day at Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve in Wells, Maine, Thursday, April 22, 2004. "The importance about Earth Day is that it reminds us that we can't take the natural wonders for granted. That's what Earth Day says to me, and I hope it says to you, as well, that we have responsibilities to the natural world to conserve that which we have and to make it even better," said the President in his remarks.

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