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        Recycling and Restoration

        This video explains how Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest near Louisville, Kentucky used recycled cypress from pickle vats to build its visitor center and then "paid back" nature by creating a cypress-tupelo swamp. Recycled materials conserve water because no water is needed for their production, but to make those original pickle vats, a long-ago cypress-tupelo swamp had to be destroyed. Bernheim replaced that original swamp (a rich habitat for many different plant and animal species) with a new five-acre cypress-tupelo swamp at one end of a lake on the park grounds.

        This resource is part of the Water Solutions collection.

        This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

        Download video here: http://tdcms.ket.org/watersolutions/downloads/watsol00003.zip

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