If data is available, this is where you find Ecoregion Descriptions, Plant Communities of that ecoregion, and Species Lists/Recommendations for both. If you know the community types at your project site, use community recommendations as the species will be more appropriate and more specifically geared to your site.
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Southeastern Wisconsin Till Plains Ecoregion
The Southeastern Wisconsin Till Plains supports a mosaic of vegetation types, representing a transition between the hardwood forests and oak savannas of the ecoregions to the west and the tall-grass prairies of the Central Corn Belt Plains to the south. Like the Corn Belt Plains, land use in the Southeastern Wisconsin Till Plains is mostly cropland, but the crops are largely forage and feed grains to support dairy operations, rather than corn and soybeans for cash crops.
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Southeastern Wisconsin Till Plains Plant Communities
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