Bat Fork Bog Plant Conservation Preserve, located in Henderson County, North Carolina, is considered an example of a Southern Appalachian Mountain Bog. Across North Carolina this broadly defined habitat has high conservation significance due to the presence of a number of rare flora. However, very few examples of this wetland habitat remain intact, even those that are protected. In this paper, we describe the hydrology of Bat Fork Bog and efforts to restore this unique site.
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