Monarch butterflies have a special place for the local master gardeners.We maintain the habitat for Monarch Watch here in Lawrence and support other activities and events for these regal critters. As the spring migration begins, here is a story ab0ut how 100 US mayors are taking action to help save the Monarch. Read to learn 25 actions that can be taken to improve habitat and much more. Thanks to the National Wildlife Federation for this piece. Here is the link; http://blog.nwf.org/2016/03/100-mayors-take-action-to-save-the-monarch-butterfly/?s_email_id=20160402_MEM_ENG_Habitat_News_April_Edition|SLLBot
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