Julian Campbell, a botanist and an expert on native plants in Kentucky's Inner Bluegrass region, helped replant this stand of native cane a decade ago along Cane Run Creek in northern Fayette County. It has grown as much as 100 feet in some directions.
Julian Campbell, a botanist and an expert on native plants in Kentucky's Inner Bluegrass region, helped replant this stand of native cane a decade ago along Cane Run Creek in northern Fayette County. It has grown as much as 100 feet in some directions. Herald-Leader
Julian Campbell, a botanist and an expert on native plants in Kentucky's Inner Bluegrass region, helped replant this stand of native cane a decade ago along Cane Run Creek in northern Fayette County. It has grown as much as 100 feet in some directions. Herald-Leader

Tom Eblen: Effort to restore native cane plantings taking root

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Tom Eblen

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Tom Eblen is a columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader who writes about life, people and issues in Lexington and Kentucky. A Lexington native, Eblen was the Herald-Leader's managing editor from 1998 to 2008.