Barbara Scott, Kentucky Division of Water Wetland Programs Coordinator, photographed  Longleaf Milkweed in the Hazeldell Meadow on Ocala Rd. in northeastern Pulaski Co., Ky., Tuesday, August 4, 2015. Hazeldell Meadow is the only highland rim wet barrens, also described as a wet prairie, known to exist in Kentucky. A rare species, dwarf sundew, occur here and nowhere else in Kentucky. The Nature Conservancy restored the meadow after they acquired it in 1997. It is now owned and maintained by Pulaski County. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Barbara Scott, Kentucky Division of Water Wetland Programs Coordinator, photographed Longleaf Milkweed in the Hazeldell Meadow on Ocala Rd. in northeastern Pulaski Co., Ky., Tuesday, August 4, 2015. Hazeldell Meadow is the only highland rim wet barrens, also described as a wet prairie, known to exist in Kentucky. A rare species, dwarf sundew, occur here and nowhere else in Kentucky. The Nature Conservancy restored the meadow after they acquired it in 1997. It is now owned and maintained by Pulaski County. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Barbara Scott, Kentucky Division of Water Wetland Programs Coordinator, photographed Longleaf Milkweed in the Hazeldell Meadow on Ocala Rd. in northeastern Pulaski Co., Ky., Tuesday, August 4, 2015. Hazeldell Meadow is the only highland rim wet barrens, also described as a wet prairie, known to exist in Kentucky. A rare species, dwarf sundew, occur here and nowhere else in Kentucky. The Nature Conservancy restored the meadow after they acquired it in 1997. It is now owned and maintained by Pulaski County. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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