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"We're working on a project to remove Arundo, also known as giant reed, which looks a lot like bamboo," said Tracy Stephens, program director at Friends of the Verde River. "It's one of the invasive plants that's really started to choke out areas along the Verde."
She said the invasive plant, which was introduced to the area 30-40 years ago, cannot be cut down and left to decompose...CLICK ON THE LINK TO READ FULL STORY!
Verde Earth Tech has been contracted by the County of Mohave to thin upwards of 1,500 Ponderosa pines identified as dying from Western Bark Beetle damage
VET has an ongoing annual project with the Friends of the Verde River in Cottonwood, AZ, clearing invasive vegetative species from the beautiful Verde River.
VET is currently working in the Coconino National Forest in Flagstaff, AZ to restore the health of the Aspen forest near the Kendrick Watchable Wildlife Park.
A veteran-owned small business based out of Cottonwood is doing its part in reducing the wildfire risk in Arizona.
This past year, the company has cleared out bark beetle infestations in the Hualapai Mountains, removed invasive plants along the Verde River and created fuel breaks near homes in AJ.
Chris Young, a former U.S. Navy sailor who served in Iraq for 10 years, says the men who work on the projects are disabled, suffering from PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder...con't