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One of the 10 fastest-flowing rivers in the United States, the San Francisco slices through canyons and forests and has provided towns with everything from access to supplies from the East when what’s now Greenlee County was first settled to drinking water and recreation today.

Authorities recently discovered that the stretch of the San Francisco River that runs through Greenlee County had levels of E. coli bacteria that exceeded the EPA’s standard. Read more»

Members of the Lake Mead Exotic Plant Management Team remove tamarisks along a stretch of the Verde River near Paulden.

A mature tamarisk, also known as saltcedar, can consume 200-300 gallons of water a day and produce up to 250 million tiny seeds annually that are spread easily by the wind. Read more»