Prairie habitat is a part of the natural history of the southeastern US. Most of it has disappeared due to agriculture and development over the last 300+ years, but small remnants exist. HARP scientists have participated in many restoration projects and are conducting studies of prairie habitats, including monitoring of existing Endangered, Threatened and Rare plants occurring therein. Ongoing studies include projects at Suther Praire, Rock Hill Black Jack Preserve, and Adam Hunter Prairie at Redlair Farm and Research Station.

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