Local woman featured in WV’s Roadsides in Bloom Calendar


Katheryn Davis, of Hambleton, had her photo of wild Rhododendron, taken on the Sugarland Road, chosen from more than 100 entries to be featured in West Virginia’s Roadsides in Bloom calendar.
Davis’ photo is featured for the month of March.
Each year the Department of Environmental Protection and the West Virginia division of Highways publish a calendar. Davis has been featured in several publications.
Flowers must be growing along a road in West Virginia and the road must be prominently visible in the photo. Flowers may be growing in an Operation Wildflower Bed planted by the Division of Highways. Pictures of cultivated species planted in arranged beds such as Marigolds, Pansies, etc. do not qualify.

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