CLEAR CREEK COUNTY, a small community in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, now has a beautiful crevice garden thanks to you and our committed volunteers. Scraps-to-Soil volunteers Ursula Cruzalegui and Margie Marlin took care of design, coordination, construction, planting, and everything in between. The project would have not been possible without some key sponsors. The North American Rock Garden Society provided the financial support to purchase the alpine plants native to the Rocky Mountains and their labels, and local Albert Frei & Sons/ Walstrum Quarry provided sand, rocks, and pea gravel. Special thanks to Jeff Stzermantoni for his help transporting the material from the quarry to the community garden.
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