Endangered flower or ecoterrorism?

American Public Media's "Marketplace" radio show reports on how development of a tract of land in California has been delayed by the appearance of an endangered flower called the Sebastopol Meadowfoam. Environmentalists say the rare flower needs protection, so development should be stopped. Developers say the flower was "planted" as an act of "ecoterrorism."

Read or listen to the story

See more articles from Extinction Blog


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Post a comment

Issue 25

Sign up for Plenty's Weekly Newsletter