Tufted hair grass
Perennial with numerous nodding stems. The panicles (seed heads) are open and loose. It grows from 20 to 60 in tall, prefers poorly drained soils.
According to the USDA, Tufted hairgrass is important in a number of projects, including mine reclamation, wet prairie restoration, and bio-filtration swales. It is also a useful forage species for cattle and wildlife like antelope, bison, and many species of butterfly.