Native Seed Program grows DAF readiness
A thick grove of Honey Mesquite shrubs block the path of a Melrose Air Force Range resident in New Mexico. The Honey Mesquite is one of several invasive species that were limiting Air Force Special Forces training on MAFR. Air Force Natural Resource specialists are currently addressing the problem using a variety of methods including the Native Seed Program which reintroduces native seeds and plants to the range to improve the usability of the 70,000-acre training area. (Courtesy photo)
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