A fox makes his home in a pile of rubble on what was once Main Street in downtown Greensburg. Although the fox has a place to call home, many Greensburg residents are still living in temporary housing trailers provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A basement is all that remains of a home that once stood in Greensburg. Many of the residents who are unable to afford the cost of excavating their homes and basements have abandoned their Greensburg property.
A lone basketball goal still stands on a vacant piece of property in Greensburg.
SIPsmart Building Systems owner Michael Morley works on a sustainable and energy-efficient home in Greensburg on April 22. Morley, from Lawrence, is leading the construction of the home, which will boast revolutionary, geometry-utilizing materials. Morley hopes that the home's thermal efficiency and strength will set the standard in Greensburg.
Construction crews erect the first wall of a sustainable and energy-efficient home in front of the Greensburg grain elevator. Residents in Greensburg are slowly rebuilding their homes, many using "green" building approaches.
Electrical workers install a new electrical pole in downtown Greensburg.
A lone building in downtown Greensburg provides a stark reminder of what was once a bustling little Main Street.