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Jim Garner, a habitat biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, holds a bag of aspen fleabane seeds. The seeds are stored in the refrigerated room in the agency’s new seed-storage warehouse west of Delta. The warehouse holds seeds not for use immediately but for emergencies.
Jim Garner, a habitat biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, pours sulphur flower buckwheat seeds into his hand. The seeds are stored in a new seed-storage warehouse west of Delta. Ultimately, the warehouse will store more than 50 species of mostly native seeds.
Jim Garner, a habitat biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, loads a trailer with a portion of 140,000 pounds of seed to be dropped by air on an area north of Grand Junction that burned last summer in the Pine Ridge Fire.
Jim Garner, a habitat biologist coordinator with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, loads a trailer with a portion of 140,000 pounds of seed to be dropped by air in the area burned last summer by the Pine Ridge Fire, north of Grand Junction. The seed was stored in the agency’s warehouse west of Delta.

Agency squirrels native seeds

Jim Garner, a habitat biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, holds a bag of aspen fleabane seeds. The seeds are stored in the refrigerated room in the agency’s new seed-storage warehouse west of Delta. The warehouse holds seeds not for use immediately but for emergencies.
Jim Garner, a habitat biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, pours sulphur flower buckwheat seeds into his hand. The seeds are stored in a new seed-storage warehouse west of Delta. Ultimately, the warehouse will store more than 50 species of mostly native seeds.
Jim Garner, a habitat biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, loads a trailer with a portion of 140,000 pounds of seed to be dropped by air on an area north of Grand Junction that burned last summer in the Pine Ridge Fire.
Jim Garner, a habitat biologist coordinator with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, loads a trailer with a portion of 140,000 pounds of seed to be dropped by air in the area burned last summer by the Pine Ridge Fire, north of Grand Junction. The seed was stored in the agency’s warehouse west of Delta.
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