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Waterfront Park

Take a stroll around, an 85-acre green space along the Ohio River downtown. The park hosts lots of special events (concerts, movies and more), and also boasts great playgrounds, an impressive pedestrian/biker bridge, and a Lincoln memorial.

Trash to Treasure: The Sculptures of Dave Thompson, on display at the Springs Preserve through Sept. 9, 2012. Found-object artist Dave Thompson is the ultimate recycler: He finds discarded items-often metal-and transforms them into whimsical works of art.

This Thanksgiving, keep used cooking oil out of your drains! Bring it to the Springs Preserve Nov. 23-26 and we'll recycle it for free!

Water Pump The original well-water hand pump, circa mid-1800s, will also find new life as a foot-washing and dog-bowl-filling spigot next to the new outdoor shower. "The old-fashioned handle won't require any pumping," says Dylan. "Raising it will turn on the water and lowering it will turn it back off."

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Happy Ending & French Settee Makeover

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Flockflockflock Behind the Scenes at Springs Preserve with Fashion for a Cause - photographer Brandon Lundby

cellophane dress, plastic dress, recycle dress, art garment, green, emerald, cactus, redhead, unconventional fashion Flockflockflock by Jennifer Henry behind-the-scenes shoot for Springs Preserve benefit

Republic Services of Southern Nevada is Proud to Partner Again with Lowe’s, UNLV and the Springs Preserve on Annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program | 3BL Media

Vegas Magazine's Sustainable Style event presented fashion pieces utilizing sustainable or environmentally-friendly materials. Guests enjoyed a "green" fashion night out with cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and runway show featuring looks constructed from recycled or reused materials and fabrics. All proceeds benefit the Springs Preserve Foundation.