In summer of 2020 the district again oversaw the mowing of tumbleweeds along the pasture fences and imbedded in the trees along the edge of the forested riparian area of the Mojave Narrows Regional Park.  This mowing was accomplished by pulling out the tumbleweeds from within the trees along the south and southwest edges of the regional park by hand, where they were then mowed by a tractor attached commercial mower.  This work was done by Marty Frazier Weed Abatement services and was funded by the Fish and Wildlife Biological Trust Fund.  A mowing plan is being discussed between the Fish and Wildlife, San Bernardino County, Marty Frazier and the district to mow the different weed species at the right time of year to keep them from going to seed.

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