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Tiny Lesquerella in the Piceance Basin

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Tiny Lesquerella in the Piceance Basin

They may be tiny mustard plants but they have a huge impact in a region believed to contain one of the nation’s largest reservoirs of natural gas. Physaria congesta (Lesquerella congesta) and P. obcordata, both federally listed as Threatened under the National Endangered Species Act, are found right in the heart of all the activity associated with drilling for this oil and gas. See what Denver Botanic Gardens is doing...

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Introduction to GPS Mapping class this weekend--join us

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Introduction to GPS Mapping class this weekend--join us

What are you doing this weekend? If you’re like us (Research and Conservation at the Gardens), you’re getting ready to head out and find some rare and beautiful plants to study this summer. A good way to prepare for that might be our Introduction to GPS mapping class this Saturday from 1-4 p.m. In this class you will learn how we use GPS to locate rare plants in remote and...

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