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Trifolium calcaricum (Running Glade Clover) Conservation

At the Cedars of Lebanon State Park, I met Andrea Bishop, a botanist from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, and Margie Hunter, who is the Trifolium project coordinator for the Tennessee Plant Conservation Alliance. This project consisted of outplanting 103 potted cuttings of Trifolium calcaricum (Running Glade Clover) at separate sites around the Cedars of Lebanon State Forest. The Cedars of Lebanon State Forest is very important because it protects a substantial portion of the Cedar Glades of central Tennessee. A Cedar Glade is a habitat that occurs when limestone is at or near the surface and it is unique to the Central Eastern United States. The Glades are often t

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Department of Biology

University of the South

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Sewanee, TN 37383

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