Eupatorium resinosum is known from approximately 120 element occurrences in New Jersey and North Carolina. It is historical in New York. It is considered rare in Delaware and throughout its range, except on Fort Bragg Military Reservation, North Carolina. Successional change, pine plantations, and agriculture are threats to this species.
Agriculture development/filling of wet areas
The plant however, thrives with disturbance and grows around roads and where siltation occurs.
120 element occurrences in New Jersey and North Carolina, with many populations in disturbed sites. There are 63 populations extant in NC as of January 1995. It is mainly confined to Fort Bragg and the surrounding area and some private lands in the New Jersey pine barrens (Boyer 1995)
Populations monitored by Plant Conservation Program in North Carolina (Boyer 1995)
Active sandhills/coastal plain habitat management occurring at many sites, especially within Fort Bragg and Camp MacKall North Carolina. Management on private lands in North Carolina and New Jersey is less active.
Basic ecological research, including reproductive biology. Active management on private lands.
Seed collection from all populations not represented in collection.
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