What he does know is that it's the weirdest plant he has ever seen.
Its flower faces the ground, and he finds them growing in clumps, sometimes right out of ant hills.
He envisions groups sharing ideas about successful programs they've held.
Working together to set up protocols for citizen science, making data easier to share.
And offering resources to the private landowners – people with backyards, that is – so that they can learn how to make an impact. "Mister, mister, do you want to see a giant turtle?
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