Habitat preservation isn't going to save many S. Leucophyllas. *There isn't enough money in symathetic hands to buy much land, even swampland, and the current trend of federal or state wetland preservation isn't promising. *Commercial propagation can eliminate a lot of plant poaching, especially if vigilant CP enthusiasts keep an eye out for improper sales on eBay, etc. *An income generated by a sustainable harvest of S. leucophylla pitchers would probably preserve more than anything we can do. *But, unfortunately, it could lead to the selective culling of plants with "less desirable" pitchers and, of course, to the loss of other Sarracenias. *I'd hate to see a diverse assemblage of Sarracenias replaced by a monoculture of the most garish leucs, but it might beat the alternative.