This article was originally published in Transactions of the AES, volume 146.1.
Author: George Lindemann
The Cumberland Plateau is home to a large and diverse array of species. Some are critically imperiled. Coal Creek Farm lies in a unique position on the Cumberland Plateau where historically fire-maintained, bison-grazed pine and oak savannas blended into moist hemlock-hardwood forests. Our 5000-acre cattle farm is nestled between Grassy Cove, and Piney Falls, both National Natural Landmarks. Coal Creek Farm is home to Shortleaf Pines, Lady Slipper Orchids, Northern Bob Whites and a host of forest flora. It is also home to my four children and me…
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