Eight Acres of Tamarisk Removal
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A grant from the Colorado Water Conservation Board for the tamarisk-removal project, the idea of which boils down to better hydrology through hydraulics.
A message from CCA's Executive Director, Joe Neuhof and Board Chair, Bob Silbernagel
This plan is the culmination of many years of work on the part of BLM staff, partners, oarganizations, and individuals.
This January, CCA is working with the BLM to mechanically remove eight acres of tamarisk from a site known as Horsethief Bottom.
CCA had the pleasure of hosting three Senior Capstone students from Colorado Mesa University’s Environmental Sciences and Technologies undergraduate program.
This fall Colorado Canyons Association and the Bureau of Land Management turned the National Conservation Areas into hands-on outdoor classrooms for over 875 students across Delta, Mesa, and Montrose Counties.