Grain silo sprouts 2nd life as billboard

This illustration, courtesy of Cobb and Associates, shows an advertising concept taking shape in Fruita, where the former Farmland Industries Co-op grain silo, now long out of service, will display a huge banner for tourist advertising.



041210 3A Fruita Coop

This illustration, courtesy of Cobb and Associates, shows an advertising concept taking shape in Fruita, where the former Farmland Industries Co-op grain silo, now long out of service, will display a huge banner for tourist advertising.

For decades, the Co-op grain elevator has been a Fruita landmark, a rural skyscraper that has been a symbol of this city’s agricultural roots. Those roots still run deep, but soon the…




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