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    Starting Oct. 20-30 from 9:00am-2:30pm, crews will remove posts from previously illegal pullouts, clean out road culverts and overgrown vegetation. This work will not require any lane closures. Please slow down and be cautious around roadside workers. More »

Non-native Plants

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Saguaro National Park relies on the assistance of volunteers to combat invasives such as buffelgrass and fountaingrass
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Throughout the year there are opportunities to help pull buffelgrass at Saguaro National Park, as well as other areas in and around Tucson. We have many opportunities for involvement, or check these sites for the potential to get involved:
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum's Invaders
Buffelgrass Information Center

Check out the links below for more information on non-native plants in the Sonoran Desert:

www.buffelgrass.org

Did You Know?

The forest of the Saguaro Wilderness Area.

Saguaro National Park is more than just a desert park. In fact, the highest point in the eastern district is Mica Mountain at 8,666 ft. There you will find a dense forest of Ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, alligator-bark juniper, and aspen.