Physics Major Researches the Effect of the Cumberland Plateau on Clouds
Joel Stewart, a Sewanee Physics major from Birmingham, Alabama, is studying the atmospheric effects the Cumberland Plateau on the atmospheric boundary layer.
TDOT and Sewanee work together to protect endangered plants on Cumberland Plateau
Domain Manager Nate Wilson and PPS Grounds Supervisor William Shealy help design new management practices to protect native and endangered wildflowers growing in road right of ways.
Students uncover the secrets of Coon's Labyrinth
New cave on the Domain discovered in 2014 is submitted to the Tennessee Cave Survey.
Students raise awareness of invasive species
Students conduct a survey and raise awareness of invasive species on the Domain.
University to receive 2014 Trails & Trilliums Tribute Award
The Friends of South Cumberland (FSC) has announced the 2014 recipients of annual awards given during Trails & Trilliums weekend
Cumberland Voices - a conservation planning document for the South Cumberland region
The Land Trust for Tennessee and Sewanee: The University of the South completed a comprehensive plan for conserving the natural and cultural resources of the South Cumberland region.