15% of Garden State's plant species at risk


According to a report from New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection and Rutgers University, 15 percent of the plant species in the so-called Garden State are endangered. A species is classified as endangered if it has "five or fewer populations in the state," according to a report from Gannett New Jersey.

Link: Endangered N.J. plants in more trouble.

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