FAQ: How will I know if the reintroduction is a success?

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Submitted by Center for Plan... on Tue, 07/02/2019 - 2:47pm

Establishment and survival of reintroduced plants should be viewed as short-term success in and of itself. Long-term success is typically accomplished when populations are self-sustaining (increasing in number, cross-pollination, minimal intervention requirements). Having comparative wild populations that are considered “successful” can help to shape expectations.

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