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Based on recent levels of extraction in Ontario, an approximate amount of $400,000 to $600,000 is made available on an annual basis for this purpose. These monies are held in a dedicated account know as the Abandoned Pits & Quarries Rehabilitation Fund. In addition to the rehabilitation of abandoned pits and quarries, monies from the fund also supports research into ways and means of undertaking new and creative approaches to rehabilitation in the often harsh environments created in post extraction sites (see further details under the Research and Publications section). The rehabilitation of sites disturbed by aggregate extraction and research into new rehabilitation techniques was initially known as the Abandoned Pit & Quarry Rehabilitation program. Since 1997, these same functions have become known as the Management of Abandoned Aggregate Properties.