Latest battle plan to target pesky red cedar trees in Oklahoma


Another effort is being proposed in Oklahoma’s seemingly never-ending fight against red cedar trees along the North Canadian River.

State Rep. Mike Dobrinski, R-O’Keene, filed a bill to spend $3.2 million to target the trees on 5,000 acres of the North Canadian River watershed stretching from the Panhandle to Oklahoma City.

Dobrinski calls it the Terry Peach North Canadian Watershed Restoration Act reported The Oklahoman.

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