Sept. 19 about 15 PNM employees and their families volunteered
in the Willow Creek Bosque. They along with members of FORROS
cut salt cedars in a one-acre area. After cutting the stumps
were sprayed with a herbicide and the branches were bundled
and removed to an area where they will be chipped when the contracters
start working in the bosque. Unfortunately we can't show everyone
who showed up to work.
Romero and Irene Estrada cut salt cedars.
Cravens cuts salt cedars and Michael Dennis sprays the
stumps with herbicide.
Estrada works on the salt cedars.
Estvanko, Adam Estavanko, Joseph Bogorad and Debby Estvanko
work to clear salt cedars.
Cole carries bundles of branches to be chipped.
time for a little refreshment after a hard, hot job. Donuts
were provided by Kathy Ellis and Art Hayden.