Capital Sand Co. president Steve Bohlken says the rock his company is dredging up has been buried under the old riverbeds left as dry land after a navigation project straightened the Liberty bend of the Missouri River in the late 1940s.
Capital Sand Co. president Steve Bohlken says the rock his company is dredging up has been buried under the old riverbeds left as dry land after a navigation project straightened the Liberty bend of the Missouri River in the late 1940s. Karen Ridder Special to The Star
Capital Sand Co. president Steve Bohlken says the rock his company is dredging up has been buried under the old riverbeds left as dry land after a navigation project straightened the Liberty bend of the Missouri River in the late 1940s. Karen Ridder Special to The Star

A rainbow of landscaping rock emerges from old Missouri riverbed

August 19, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED August 19, 2017 07:00 AM

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