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Take a moment to enjoy the exotic trees, delicate orchids, and fragrant spices on your next stroll through the zoo’s Indonesian Rain Forest, and remember that while the zoo’s rain forest trees are protected, wild rain forests are disappearing at an alarming rate.Sustainable farming is critical to protect remaining rain forest habitat, especially in the palm oil industry.Conditions inside the zoo’s Rain Forest Dome are so good for tree growth that the forest below can get, well…overshadowed.That’s when we bring in the chainsaws (and the professionals) to give the zoo’s rain forest trees a massive trim.Integrated Talent Strategies (ITS) is seeking a Warehouse Associate to work in the Fort Wayne, IN area.
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“We have to trim the trees back to allow light for the smaller plants,” says Kim Weldon, zoo gardener.
Some of the smaller plants in the rain forest include exotic orchids and also spices like cinnamon, cardamom, and vanilla.
Guests can even find bamboo growing along the path!
“Bonsai mindset” is the term Weldon uses to describe her approach to maintaining the dome’s small and mid-size plants.