White Amur fish used for vegetation control in Arizona canal system (13/28)

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Scottsdale, Arizona (January 12, 2013) - As part of a seven-year plan to dry up all portions of its 131-mile canal system, Salt River Project (SRP), relocated the White Amur fish they used as an environmentally friendly and cost effective alternative to herbicides and heavy machinery for vegetation control. In this image, community residents stand on the Marshall Way Bridge in the city of Scottsdale to observe the process of herding fish by SRP workers. Photo by Eduardo Barraza © 2013
Scottsdale, Arizona (January 12, 2013) - As part of a seven-year plan to dry up all portions of its 131-mile canal system, Salt River Project (SRP), relocated the White Amur fish they used as an environmentally friendly and cost effective alternative to herbicides and heavy machinery for vegetation control. In this image, community residents stand on the Marshall Way Bridge in the city of Scottsdale to observe the process of herding fish by SRP workers. Photo by Eduardo Barraza © 2013
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