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Coronado Foothills Weedwackers
The Coronado Foothills Weedwackers work on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. We generally work Skyline Rd., north of Skyline Rd between Campbell and Swan, and the Finger Rock wash. In the summer we start at 6:30 a.m. working for 1 1/2 hours, and in the winter at 7:00 a.m. for 2 hours.
East Tucson Weed Busters
Usually scheduled on the last Saturday of the month starting at 8:00 a.m. Please contact Karla Lehmann for details — East.Tucson.Weed.Busters@gmail.com Always wear sunscreen or a hat, and sturdy shoes. Bring water, gloves and any tool you prefer working with. Directions: Coming from the west: Take Craycroft Rd. heading north; turn right onto E. River
Hi my name is Joseph Bozzo and I am leading the habitat restoration project for the masked bobwhite quail reintroduction program at Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge. LOCATION: We will meet at Secundino Rd (Directions are below). After everyone has arrived we will car pool.The reason for carpooling is the road gets a little rougher
LOCATION: We will meet at Secundino Rd (Directions are below). After everyone has arrived we will car pool.The reason for carpooling is the road gets a little rougher and sedan type vehicles with low clearance will not be able to make it. IF YOU CAN CARPOOL LET ME KNOW AND GIVE ME AMOUNT OF SEATS
The Weedwackers are dedicated to removing buffelgrass and other invasives from Tucson Mountain Park. A smaller group also works on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month for about four hours. Originally the Weedwackers were supported by the Desert Museum. Pima County began supplying van transportation, bags, tools and gloves in 2002, and, since
Weed-Free Trails Program, Saguaro National Park
The Weeds-Free Trail Program at Saguaro National Park was organized in February of 2008. The goal of this program is to monitor the trails, mapping and removing exotic plants and fulfilling the goal of “Early Detection, Rapid Response”. In 2013, twelve volunteers monitored 1,150 miles of trails and removed 11 acres of invasive vegetation, contributing