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Scenic Adair County, KY: Goldenrod in (almost) natural setting

2017-08-19 - Greenbriar Ridge Road, between Breeding & Chance, Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Goldenrod is peaking this week along byways in South Central Kentucky, making Day Trips along byways such as Greenbriar Ridge Road, delightful, despite the assault on the roadside by Tree Manglers and Herbicides. The devastation is cropped out of this picture, with only a hint in the lower right hand corner. Maybe enough people don't care about what this is doing to health and economic wealth, but many do. And, in Adair County, their numbers seem to be growing - though we're pessimistic that they will protest to the government entities at all levels who perpetuate shortsightedness. - EW. Clicking Read More accesses James Getchell's commentary, "Stop the Insanity."

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