Marines Build Green house on Riverfront Trail

About 15 Marines construct a 18’x20’ green house on the St. Louis Riverfront Trail. Once constructed hundreds of volunteers will nurture native plants as part of a restoration project to revitalizes the Mississippi River in the Confluence Greenway. The Marines are work under the guidances of Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Ranger as part of Marine Week. (Photos/Grace Hill Settlement House)
Marine Week About 15 Marines construct a 18’x20’ green house on the St. Louis Riverfront Trail. Once constructed hundreds of volunteers will nurture native plants as part of a restoration project to revitalizes the Mississippi River in the Confluence Greenway. The Marines are work under the guidances of Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Ranger as part of Marine Week. (Photos/Grace Hill Settlement House)
About 15 Marines construct a 18’x20’ green house on the St. Louis Riverfront Trail. Once constructed hundreds of volunteers will nurture native plants as part of a restoration project to revitalizes the Mississippi River in the Confluence Greenway. The Marines are work under the guidances of Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Ranger as part of Marine Week. (Photos/Grace Hill Settlement House)
Marine Week About 15 Marines construct a 18’x20’ green house on the St. Louis Riverfront Trail. Once constructed hundreds of volunteers will nurture native plants as part of a restoration project to revitalizes the Mississippi River in the Confluence Greenway. The Marines are work under the guidances of Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Ranger as part of Marine Week. (Photos/Grace Hill Settlement House)
About 15 Marines construct a 18’x20’ green house on the St. Louis Riverfront Trail. Once constructed hundreds of volunteers will nurture native plants as part of a restoration project to revitalizes the Mississippi River in the Confluence Greenway. The Marines are work under the guidances of Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Ranger as part of Marine Week. (Photos/Grace Hill Settlement House)
Marine Week About 15 Marines construct a 18’x20’ green house on the St. Louis Riverfront Trail. Once constructed hundreds of volunteers will nurture native plants as part of a restoration project to revitalizes the Mississippi River in the Confluence Greenway. The Marines are work under the guidances of Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Ranger as part of Marine Week. (Photos/Grace Hill Settlement House)
About 15 Marines construct a 18’x20’ green house on the St. Louis Riverfront Trail. Once constructed hundreds of volunteers will nurture native plants as part of a restoration project to revitalizes the Mississippi River in the Confluence Greenway. The Marines are work under the guidances of Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Ranger as part of Marine Week. (Photos/Grace Hill Settlement House)
Marine Week About 15 Marines construct a 18’x20’ green house on the St. Louis Riverfront Trail. Once constructed hundreds of volunteers will nurture native plants as part of a restoration project to revitalizes the Mississippi River in the Confluence Greenway. The Marines are work under the guidances of Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Ranger as part of Marine Week. (Photos/Grace Hill Settlement House)

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