Adopt a rare plant training
The Colorado Native Plant Society, Denver Botanic Gardens and the Colorado Natural Heritage Program have teamed up for the Adopt-a-Rare-Plant program. The Colorado Natural Heritage Program tracks more than 500 plant species in Colorado. By doing so, they maintain information on the number of populations, number of individuals, threats to populations and other information on rare species.
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