A thirsty invader endangers watersheds, native plants along Arizona waterways

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PAULDEN – Sawdust flies as Tarl Norman lowers his chainsaw into the moist wood of a scrub tree growing along the Verde River. It topples into a growing pile of water-hungry tamarisks that Norman and the Lake Mead Exotic Plant Management Team are paid to remove here…

Continued at Cronkite News

Continued at Tucson Sentinel

Continued at Camp Verde Bugle

Continued at Verde Independent

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