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Removing Giant Reed in Sabino Canyon with Tucson Audubon

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Uploaded on Oct 19, 2009

Giant reed is an invasive plant from Eurasia which forms dense thickets that choke riversides and stream channels. See what it takes to battle this monster of Sonoran desert riparian areas! Tucson Audubon has partnered with the National Forest Service and others to help remove giant reed (Arundo donax) in Sabino Canyon. Volunteers are needed to assist with removal of the plants, which entails cutting, bundling and hauling the stalks as well as digging, cutting, bagging and removing the roots. More information is available at www.sahra.arizona.edu/education2/arundo/ .
Video by Peggy Wenrick

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