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Eyesore for the Verde Valley
It took 50 years to bury Clarkdale tailings

It took half a century, but the orange scar of smelter tailings at the base of the Tuzigoot National Monument has been replaced today with 125 acres of reformed earth and green grass.<br>
<i>Photo courtesy of Doug Von Gausig</i>

It took half a century, but the orange scar of smelter tailings at the base of the Tuzigoot National Monument has been replaced today with 125 acres of reformed earth and green grass.<br> <i>Photo courtesy of Doug Von Gausig</i>

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