“The population is probably only 50 percent of the long-term average,” Taylor said. “There’s no question the monarch population is going down. It’s the same old story we hear over and over — loss of habitat.”
We would also like to give MMSD a big thank you for donating rain barrels to the site to keep the plants watered!
Friends of the Monarch Trail Invite You to:
“Mingle for Monarchs”
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.
at the Sugar Maple
441 E. Lincoln Ave.,
Bay View, Wisconsin
Free Event with Updates about the Monarch Trail and Habitat.
Casual get-together to meet and mingle with fellow volunteers and supporters on behalf of Monarch butterflies, get trail and habitat updates, enjoy appetizers and bid on great silent auction items. Your support will enable the continued restoration of the habitat at the County Grounds Monarch Trail.
Help bring back the monarchs. We have plenty of volunteer opportunities, including milkweed and pollinator plantings, plant sales, educational outreach and trail maintenance.
For more information,
call Barb Agnew at 414-454-0222
Thank you to the Sugar Maple, Silent Auction Donors and all Supporters and Volunteers of the Friends of the Monarch Trail.