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Friends of Rio Rancho Open Space, Inc.

North Beach Restoration -- Phase I
Approximately 5 acres located near the sewage treatment plant

After a one-day weather delay, New Mexico Forestry started clearing
invasive species from the North Beach bosque area on January 21.
Eight to ten men will be working in the area for approximately two weeks.

Russ DeHaven and Dave Bagley take delivery of a wood chipper and are instructed on its use and maintenance.

Workers from New Mexico Forestry started clearing invasive species in the North Beach bosque.

Workers, supervised by Matt Russell of New Mexico Forestry, started cutting Russian olive and salt cedar trees.

A porcupine was found sleeping in the top of a Russian olive tree near North Beach

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Updated July 18, 2012