some of Wisconsin's rarest plants and the habitats they are found in.
to use a GPS, compass and map to navigate high quality forests, prairies and wetlands.
on some of the highest quality sites in Wisconsin.no
To participate in the Rare Plant Monitoring Program you must attend one of the formal training sessions normally held each spring or watch a series of training videos and successfully complete a quiz on the material covered. Trained volunteers have access to precise information on rare plant locations. If you haven't completed the training, you can still use the materials on this website to identify generalized rare plant locations, conduct a survey and submit data.