Pedagogy of the Plants

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American Trout Lily, Erythronium americanum

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Hikers flock to Raven Cliff Falls Trail for the rush of falling water, but a trip in early April offers subtler beauty along the way.

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Since ninety-nine percent of trout lily plants are non-flowering, the illusive perennials pictured above are one-percenters thriving in the mountains of White County.

Beaversign

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Beaversign

“Usul, we have beaversign the likes of which even God has never seen!”

Written by Cameron Brooks

December 7, 2014 at 9:57 am

Fallen Tree, Falling Water

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Holly Tree Trail Bike Ride

Weekend psychogeography leads to Watson Mill State Park’s Holly Tree Trail, and the ruins of a hydroelectric dam and power house built in 1907.

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South Fork River Dam Flow

South Fork River

Power House Ruins

Overgrown Power House Ruins

Arboreal Boneyard

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Jekyll Island Tree 3

Jekyll Island Tree 1

Jekyll Island Tree 2

 

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Written by Cameron Brooks

March 11, 2013 at 11:08 am