Word that a beetle introduced elsewhere to kill off tamarisks is heading toward Graham County isn't entirely good news, even though the invasive trees are a big problem Read more»
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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»
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»