Washington Rock Quarries regularly blogs about causes and businesses that use our rock, sand, or soil products. As part of Give Big Day on May 8, we are featuring A Soft Place to Land.…Continued
Members of the Oregon and Western Washington chapters of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) banded together with volunteers of American Lake Veterans Golf Course for a special cause: tackling the spring to-do list.…Continued
Each boulder is the size of an SUV and weighs between 18,000 and 32,000 pounds.…Continued
As the quarterback’s cleats pull away from the turf, a microscopic splash of black granules and sand follow him.
Washington Rock has sent rock to some of the coolest parks in the Puget Sound. Here are 5 of The Rock’s favorites.
American Lake Veterans Golf Course recently honored Washington Rock Quarries by including our logo on the tee marker for hole 13.
At the Spring Fair last month, the outdoors were a blur of sunny, colorful fun. But despite the warm sun and fun rides and games, hundreds of children chose to play indoors instead. The attraction of choice wasn’t a fast ride but something much simpler: a giant sandbox.
From public parks to private gardens, Washington Rock has provided material to many different projects. But June provided a first for us: supplying material for an art installation. …Continued