Corps, Newport Beach partner during cleanup event at salt marsh
Civilian and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers volunteers pose for a photo at the conclusion of a cleanup of the Santa Ana River Marsh, Sept. 23, in Newport Beach, Calif., after removing 2.5 tons of debris from 92 acres in two hours with 54 volunteers. The combined 108 volunteer hours adds up to $3,434.40 in savings to the government.