Prisoners Work To Restore Threatened Species
At the end of 2014, environmental officials will have 36 more years to complete a nearly $10 billion dollar restoration of Florida’s Everglades. It’s the biggest and most expensive such project in U.S. history and effects nearly 70 species.
The work of restoring threatened plants and animals to the wild takes time and patience.
In a half dozen states, inmates are doing the work.
- Northwest News Network: Prison Inmates Enlisted To Rear Threatened Plants And Animals
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