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Re-planting Forests, Reducing CO2 and Saving Wildlife in Louisiana

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Uploaded on Apr 27, 2011

Jena Meredith, Director of the Go Zero program at The Conservation Fund, discusses the carbon sequestration potential of a tree planting project at Lake Ophelia and Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuges in Louisiana. This project was made possible by a partnership between the USFWS, The Conservation Fund, and TCF's corporate and nonprofit partners. This video is part of the USFWS's series of stories on climate change: "50 Stories from 50 States in 50 Days" and accompanies the story from the state of Louisiana: http://go.usa.gov/b2u

For more information on USFWS's climate change work, visit http://www.fws.gov/home/climatechange/
Video by Jennifer Strickland, USFWS.

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