Canadian River Cooperative Weed Management Area

 

This partnership — consisting of agencies, non-governmental organizations and landowners — is working to control invasive plants along the banks of the Canadian River in the Texas panhandle and western Oklahoma. Saltcedar, eastern redcedar and Russian olive trees are being controlled if not eradicated.

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This is Playa Country — a weekly look at the wildlife, wetlands and prairies of the western Great Plains, and the people who manage them — brought to you by Playa Lakes Joint Venture, an organization dedicated to conserving birds and bird habitat.

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Original broadcast: August 2013

Posted: August 11, 2013
Topics: Conservation Partnerships, Invasive Shrubs