The secret garden

An artist rendition of the newly constructed vegetative roof on top of the add-on maintenance building at Naval Air Station Fort Worth, Joint Reserve Base, Texas, shows the possibilities of ‘farm town’ coming to life. The first vegetative roof installed on base is part of an intiative to reduce energy consumption. The 2,700 square foot garden is currently planted with yucca plants and buffalo grass. Future plants are under consideration.(Graphics by Senior Master Sgt. Elizabeth Gilbert)

PHOTO BY: Senior Master Sgt. Elizabeth Gilbert
VIRIN: 120608-Z-QV759-001.JPG
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