Feds: Tamarisk no thirstier than trees

Henry Dresen, 16, of the Youth Conservation Corps, cuts tamarisk near the Redlands Parkway in this file photo.



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Henry Dresen, 16, of the Youth Conservation Corps, cuts tamarisk near the Redlands Parkway in this file photo.

The water-swigging tamarisk isn’t quite the heavy drinker it’s been portrayed to be, the U.S. Geological Survey said. One finding of a study done at the behest of Congress is that…




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