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Species at Risk


Vaccinium stamineum

How can I help?

It is important that visitors to national parks stay on established trails in order to help protect sensitive plants. Having a small footprint on the land promotes biodiversity and sustainability. It is also important to be good stewards of your land. Management choices on single properties can have a positive or negative impact on the entire ecosystem. By adopting better management practices you can contribute to a healthy environment.

Stay informed of what environmental projects and programs are occurring in your area. Some programs can assist you in knowing more about the environment around you and what you can do to make a difference.

Close-up of the deerberry flowers.
The pistils of the flower are straight and extend beyond the stamens.
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