I am a member of a native plant organization called "Wild Ones"
Here is a link-
My local chapter members participate in organized plant rescues when an opportunity presents itself. There are many quality sites out there that will be bulldozed and we receive advance notice and are often times afforded the luxury of having access to the properties to take as much as we can for personal use or for relocation to a safer environment. Most take for personal use.
I would encourage anyone in a position to do so to check into possible membership at Wild Ones. *If a plant save network is not in place for a local chapter, perhaps this would be a great opportunity for someone to organize same and create a network. *
The other thought that comes to mind is education. *Chapters of Wild Ones are always looking for speakers. I don't recall ever having a speaker on CPs. *What makes me hang my head in shame is that until recently, I had little or no knowledge of a CP being anything but a tall pitcher plant. *I never saw any of those out in the field but.... how many other species did I miss? *Good question that I don't particulalry want to dwell on.