Thanks to 'Bo's Blessings, wreaths that spent the holiday season at the national cemetery in Fayetetville are now being recycled and used to beneift various programs.
Organizers tell us it's the only national cemetery in the country that does wreath recycling.
Bo's Blessings is a group that serves U.S. veterans and their families, in memory of Janie Bibb's son who killed by a drunk driver.
Janie tells us more about who the recycling helps.
"The greenery goes back into the compost pile from the city of Fayetteville. The wiring will be sold to the recycling center and that money will go back to the regional committee who buys land for the national cemetery," Bibb says.
She also tells us that ribbons from the wreaths will be shipped to M.A.D.D. (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) in Little Rock for its annual victims walk.
And labels will be used for a memorial bonfire in April.