Great Plains conservationists try to remove water-thirsty eastern redcedar trees
Eastern redcedar trees are native to the U.S., but they’ve become invasive. The trees drink lots of water and are changing landscapes.
Harvest Public Media contributor Graycen Wheeler reports on efforts made in some Great Plains states to control the spread of redcedar trees.
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