February 5, 2009--Tamarisk problem requires SWIFT action in western Garfield County, Colorado (Rifle Citizen Telegram)

A prolific tree that already slurps up more than twice the amount of water in the southwest desert as all the major cities of Southern California combined is the target of an eradication project from New C

February 5, 2009--Conservancy district makes path for river (La Junta Tribune Democrat)

With clear memories of the devastating flood that happened a decade ago, the North La Junta Water Conservancy District is working to clear Tamarisk trees and Russian Olives and are thinning Cottonwood

November 4, 2008--Helicopters may be used in war against tamarisk (Lamar Ledger)

On Thursday, the Prowers County Commissioners heard from representatives of the Southeast Colorado Water Conservancy District and the Natural Resource Conservation Service about proposed tamarisk removal projects along the Arkansas River near the Kansas border.

October 1, 2008--Tamarisk project treats 600 acres in 3 counties (Pueblo Chieftain)

Nearly 600 acres of tamarisk on the Apishapa River drainage were sprayed with chemicals recently in an attempt to control them. Areas in Las Animas, Pueblo and Otero counties were sprayed as part of a $250,000 effort coordinated by the Natural Resources Conservation Service and led by J.R.

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