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Friends of the Tonto and Payson volunteers working to remove Bull Thistle in August 2016
Friends of the Tonto working along with ASU students and faculty remove Sweet Resinbush in the Tonto National Forest near Miami. The Bull Thistle was originally planted by the CCC as erosion control in the mid 1930's. It has since spread significantly and poses a threat to the native vegetation.
Start of project
Site after the 1st day of removing the approx. 10,000 sq. ft. dense population of thistles.
The 'crew' after 2 days effort and the site cleared of Bull Thistle.
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Photos from November 2016 Buffelgrass removal project near the Siphon Draw trail in the Tonto NF
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Friends of the Tonto National Forest 4022 E. Greenway Road Suite 11 Box 348 Phoenix, AZ 85032