State Buys Ranch To Preserve Rare Flower

A red and white flower—unique to Colorado—now has its own ranch. The wild buckwheat lives only on the grayish adobe hills of Delta and Montrose Counties.Dan Meyers speaks with Rob Billerbeck, manager of the state's Natural Areas Program.

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