From left: Alex Rubenstein, Navya Pothamsetty, Shandra Furtado, Ashley Gallagher, Katherine Baker, Sven Lindblad, Frank Sesno, Vanessa Moss, Emily Arnold and Dr. Imani M. Cheers.
"If you go down to Harrison spring, 70 percent of the time it's going to show up as either fecal or E. coli positive," says Ben Beavers, General Manager of the Sewanee Utility District (SUD).
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Dr. Stephen Carmody founded the Native Cultigen Project at Sewanee: The University of the South. (Photo courtesy Stephen Carmody)