For almost a century, U.S. Stone Industries has been carefully curating Kansas Limestone blocks found throughout the Flint Hills. This high, wide, gently rolling landscape was once a bed of a vast shallow body of water called the Permian Sea. Sea life, minerals, water depth, and climatic conditions all contributed to the varying color pallets of the eight unique limestones quarried.
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