We stroll through Louisville’s parks and learn from the Olmsted Parks Conservancy about the heritage of Frederick Law Olmsted’s park designs and the work done to restore areas damaged by wind and ice. Mimi Zinniel, president and CEO of the Conservancy, explains the long-term vision of the group. William Juckett, chairman of the board, talks about the woodlands restoration projects at Cherokee and Seneca parks. Major Waltman, project director, discusses the vital role volunteers play in getting the work done. Segment narrated by Jayne McClew.
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