The endangered resources reserve is located in Wisconsin, USA. The area is a total of fifteen acres and is home to many endangered species of plants.
At the endangered resources reserve, there is a large area of low prairie and fen. In these areas,
groundwater reaches the surface.
The land on which the reserve is located has never been plowed. Though the area has been drained, it has not been severely affected by any unnatural forces since the Ice Age. As a result, a large variety of plants can grow on it.
One of the top priorities now at the reserve is to get rid of a poisonous Eurasian plant that has crept into the area. Because it is out of its native habitat, the
plant has no natural predators in the United States. As a result, it could grow out of control and cause native endangered plants to become extinct.
An Audio Description of the area
Many unique plants that are endangered can be found at the reserve. The White Lady Slipper has been reduced to a few plants that are difficult to find in the area.
An Audio Description of fens
An Audio Description of the work the workers are doingAdditional Photographs are also available.