New York Natural Heritage Program
Cat-tail Sedge
Carex typhina Michx.

Threats [-]
Potential threats include invasive species, residential and commercial development, trampling, and road work.

Conservation Strategies and Management Practices [-]
Coordination with the DEC at one site is needed to protect a population. At this site the population is close to a parking area and needs to be protected from trampling. In addition, work on the parking lot or adjacent road should be done with awareness of the need to maintain the hydrology as well as not directly cause the extirpation of the population.

Other management needs include monitoring logging operations and monitoring an adjacent development project.

Research Needs [-]
Further inventory work is needed at historical sites. In addition, follow up at extant sites will be helpful to fully asses these populations and how they may be changing.