I just finished putting together a quick photo tour of a wetlands conservation area called the Spring Peeper Meadow which was purchased and reclaimed to nature set up by our local Arboretum society about a decade or so ago.
I had hoped to find utrics and maybe drosera but did not find them on this trip. I'm not positive they are there since this is a reclaimed farmers field (it was tiled with cermaic tiles back in teh 1840' s as the area was being settled along the Minensota river. Much of Chaska's land is peaty wetland over a clay pan. Chaska is most famous for it's yellow clay brick, however I think the clay mining wet out of business in the early 1900s.
While I didn't find any CPs on the 4th of July trip I found great weath of interesting botanicals just a few teaser pics are below:
The full gallery of photos and captions are at:
I hope some wetlands fans will enjoy looking at it!