Help ease the threat placed on the monarch butterfly populations by creating a thriving habitat for them.
Monarch butterflies, with their striking striped caterpillars, emerald and gold foiled chrysalis, and tiger striped wing patterns, are one of the most beloved of all butterflies. People flock to witness monarch migrations, but people are also responsible for the species near extinction. Loss of natural habitat and exposure to pesticides due to industrial agriculture practices is threatening monarch populations from Canada to Mexico. Growing wild milkweed (the larva's primary habitat plant) creates a monarch sanctuary in your own backyard. The more we grow, the more they can thrive. Plant it and they will come. Help save our butterflies.
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