Category Archives: Plant Press Release

Winter Plant Press

The Winter 2017 issue of the Sewanee Plant Press is out! If you don’t find it in your mailbox within the next few days, look for it on the herbarium webpage. Read articles covering land conservation strides on the plateau,

Winter Plant Press

The Winter 2017 issue of the Sewanee Plant Press is out! If you don’t find it in your mailbox within the next few days, look for it on the herbarium webpage. Read articles covering land conservation strides on the plateau,

Spring Plant Press is Out!

This issue’s lead article features a recently published study by Callie Oldfield, our current Herbarium Post-Baccalaureate Fellow and Jon Evans on a unique mutualism between feral hogs and yellow nutsedge on St. Catherine’s Island off the coast of Georgia. Read it online

Spring Plant Press is Out!

This issue’s lead article features a recently published study by Callie Oldfield, our current Herbarium Post-Baccalaureate Fellow and Jon Evans on a unique mutualism between feral hogs and yellow nutsedge on St. Catherine’s Island off the coast of Georgia. Read it online

Fall Plant Press is Out!

This issue’s lead article is by Katie Kull, a junior who had a summer internship with the herbarium. She and the rest of the team made some interesting discoveries while working in Franklin State Forest, including Katie’s finding the state’s

Fall Plant Press is Out!

This issue’s lead article is by Katie Kull, a junior who had a summer internship with the herbarium. She and the rest of the team made some interesting discoveries while working in Franklin State Forest, including Katie’s finding the state’s

Plant Press published

Volume 19, number 1 should be in your mailbox if you are on our mailing list. Stories include the establishment of a new chestnut orchard on the Domain and an introduction to our newest post-baccalaureate fellow, Callie Oldfield. The nature journaling

Plant Press published

Volume 19, number 1 should be in your mailbox if you are on our mailing list. Stories include the establishment of a new chestnut orchard on the Domain and an introduction to our newest post-baccalaureate fellow, Callie Oldfield. The nature journaling

Abbo’s Alley Walk

The latest issue of The Sewanee Plant Press is out, and it contains a nice calendar of events for the summer. First up: a stroll through the Abbott Cotten Martin Ravine Garden on the university campus. Meet at Revel’s Rest

Abbo’s Alley Walk

The latest issue of The Sewanee Plant Press is out, and it contains a nice calendar of events for the summer. First up: a stroll through the Abbott Cotten Martin Ravine Garden on the university campus. Meet at Revel’s Rest

Sewanee Plant Press

Look for the Spring 2014 issue in your mailbox, or find it here. http://lal.sewanee.edu/herbarium/ Read about the rarest plant in the state, which grows nearby, and about Sewanee’s new grounds manager and his vision for the campus flora.

Sewanee Plant Press

Look for the Spring 2014 issue in your mailbox, or find it here. http://lal.sewanee.edu/herbarium/ Read about the rarest plant in the state, which grows nearby, and about Sewanee’s new grounds manager and his vision for the campus flora.

Hot off the Press–Summer Plant Press

A new and exciting fellowship program, reflections on a year in the Herbarium, botanizing hikes, and mountathons–these are just some of the many offerings of the Summer issue of the Sewanee Herbarium’s quarterly publication, The Sewanee Plant Press. Click the link

Hot off the Press–Summer Plant Press

A new and exciting fellowship program, reflections on a year in the Herbarium, botanizing hikes, and mountathons–these are just some of the many offerings of the Summer issue of the Sewanee Herbarium’s quarterly publication, The Sewanee Plant Press. Click the link