The graber is one of the tools that we use to collect the materials for the construction of coastal buildings.
The materials are used to build and protect the buildings that support our nation’s coastlines and waterways.
When the materials are collected, they are packaged, shipped and distributed to our communities.
There are several different ways to collect materials.
One of the most common methods is a drop truck.
This method of collecting materials is easy and fast.
The material can be dropped on top of the roof of a pickup truck, for example, and a large crane can lift it to the top of a building.
Another method is to use a trailer.
The large crane then hoists the material over the top and drops it onto the top deck of a boat.
It’s then towed by a crane to a container that can be shipped.
This way, materials can be collected and delivered to our homes and communities in minutes.
But there are other methods of collecting the materials.
These materials can also be shipped to the community or picked up by our local collection point.
For example, in some communities, residents can pick up materials at their local collection points.
If you have questions about collecting materials, contact the National Coast Guard’s Coast Collection Operations Center.
The Coast Guard has been collecting materials from coastlines for over 50 years.
For more information on collecting materials on the U.S. West Coast, visit our website at ncb.gov.