It looks like a topic was removed because of a concern about publicizing locations of endangered Sarracenias. *I think that's the wrong approach.
Maybe populations of endangered Sarrs on protected land should be kept secret, because the primary threat to them is poaching. *But is poaching the major threat on private land? *Although I have no way of knowing, I doubt it.
I think the only hope for Sarrs on private land is to have their locations be known so concerned people can keep an eye on them. *How many times have we heard about Sarrs threatened by something? *The fact someone knew means something can (might?) be done in response to the threat.
If landowners are the only ones in a community who know where the Sarrs are, the plants have no protection at all. *If others know where the plants are, they can publicize the threat. *Whether it's a proposed development or a farm spraying within a pesticide buffer zone, we have to hope someone in the community notices and raises the alarm.
Some plants will be lost to poachers if locations are common knowledge, but it's better than having entire populations sprayed or drained or bulldozed or whatever.