Video has not been digitized and is not available for online viewing.
13:17; color; sound, V-240 CA291
This film follows the Florida Power and Light Company's conversion of Turkey Point from "a barren wasteland of mangroves and mud" into a beautiful wildlife sanctuary and recreation center complete with a power plant and two nuclear reactors. It shows the construction of the power plant, its reactor, the Boy and Girls Scout camps using wood displaced by Hurricane Betsy, Boy and Girl Scouts enjoying the park, and footage of US Air Force Water Survival training exercises. Produced by the Florida Department of Natural Resources.
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