Rare daisy-like flower fanning controversy over road-closure plan for ...
The rare Veva's erigeron is at the heart of a controversy over a travel management plan that would allow motorized traffic near an area where the wildflower grows.
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#1 Apr 11, 2012
Its stupid ,people seeing somthing in one spot and think that it's the only place in oregon that this plant is ,you are retarded. If you are not originally from oregon and don't know how big oregon is and how many places you cant physically get to see things they came from somewhere like (bird crap ) and poof now its a reason to close a road (stupid ).
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