I believe more of the common Sarracenia species are in more dire need than the ESA plants...I mean after all they are protected! I was once told by a fellow CPer that knows Sarracenia well, S. rubra alabamensis is doing well in the wild, poachers really don't know what to look for because of the unique habitat where the plants grow. Other plants that are in more accessable sites like S> flava most notably and S. leucophylla are very easy targets, for not only poachers but land development! I say help the common plants first. ESA can be left to the other folks.