A bug crawls on the flowers of Eared Goldenrod in Sewanee on Tuesday. According to Mary Priestley TVA herbicided the area by air which caused damage to the native (and endangered) Cumberland Rosinweed and Eared Goldenrod populations.
A bug crawls on the flowers of Eared Goldenrod in Sewanee on Tuesday. According to Mary Priestley TVA herbicided the area by air which caused damage to the native (and endangered) Cumberland Rosinweed and Eared Goldenrod populations.
Photo by Alex Washburn /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Monday, October 31st, 2011
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SEWANEE, Tenn. -- The Cumberland rosinweed was born to live in the southern Cumberland Plateau's rich, rocky woods.

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