David Lee, left, and Jared Williams, both Washington State University Tri-Cities grounds crew employees, work Monday sprucing up the picnic area of the new garden adjacent to the new Wine Science Center at the Richland campus. The Columbia Center Rotary Charity donated $200,000 over two years and volunteered hundreds of hours to assist in the design, construction and maintenance of the garden. The community project provides a paved pathway between the main campus and new building for students and staff instead of the previously unfinished landscape.
David Lee, left, and Jared Williams, both Washington State University Tri-Cities grounds crew employees, work Monday sprucing up the picnic area of the new garden adjacent to the new Wine Science Center at the Richland campus. The Columbia Center Rotary Charity donated $200,000 over two years and volunteered hundreds of hours to assist in the design, construction and maintenance of the garden. The community project provides a paved pathway between the main campus and new building for students and staff instead of the previously unfinished landscape. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
David Lee, left, and Jared Williams, both Washington State University Tri-Cities grounds crew employees, work Monday sprucing up the picnic area of the new garden adjacent to the new Wine Science Center at the Richland campus. The Columbia Center Rotary Charity donated $200,000 over two years and volunteered hundreds of hours to assist in the design, construction and maintenance of the garden. The community project provides a paved pathway between the main campus and new building for students and staff instead of the previously unfinished landscape. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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April 11, 2016 5:32 PM

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