Content Tagged 'restoration'

Marine Education Center Groundbreaking
Another major Gulf Coast landmark and institution destroyed by Katrina was the old USM Marine Education Center Video Video
WWII Hanger Gets Makeover
Plans are in the works to give a World War II hangar, destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, a facelift. Video Video
Beauvoir Overcomes Katrina Tragedy
It’s been almost a decade since Katrina pummeled Beauvoir, the historic home of Jefferson Davis, the first and only president of the Confederacy. Video Video
East Biloxi Revitalization
The East Biloxi Community Collaborative continually works hard to restore east Biloxi back to what it was before Hurricane Katrina. Video Video
James Hill Parks Restoration
For years, James Hill Park has been slowly deteriorating. Today, through the collaboration of local government officials and Coast companies, the 44-year-old park was brought back to life. Video Video
Climb CDC Offers a New Program
After Hurricane Katrina, Climb CDC started a program for its students to learn construction to help rebuild. Now Climb CDC is doing the same with the BP oil spill by trying to help restore the Gulf. Video Video
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