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Milkweed

PLANT + CONSERVE + PRESERVE
TAKE ACTION!

Monarchs have been on earth for over 10 million years, but humans have had a negative impact on the preservation of their habitat. Their magical migration and the host plant milkweed are both in danger. Logging in the fog-covered fir trees in the central Mexican highlands and constant new development of the California coast are tearing away at the “coat of protection” for the monarch’s wintering sites. All around the USA, milkweed is being cut away for commercial development.

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

What can YOU do to help? THINK MILKWEED! SAVE THE MONARCHS! Join together with friends and families to raise money to protect this magical insect and its habitat. Start a M & M ACTION Club (Monarchs and Milkweed) Have a Bake Sale, organize a Car Wash, or Make T-Shirts for fund-raisers.

Most of all, write letters to everyone you know to TRANSPLANT milkweed to their own school or backyard. (Step-by-step directions in MONARCH MAGIC!

SEND A DONATION TO SUPPORT THE WORK OF THESE ORGANIZATIONS

Monarch Watch
www.monarchwatch.org
100% of your donation will go to Monarch Watch.
Donations may be made by phone, online, or by mail.

Ellen Chindamo, Senior Director of Donor Relations
echindamo@kuendowment.org
785-832-7374

If you would rather mail your donation, please make checks payable to Monarch Watch and mail to:

Gift Processing Department
KU Endowment
P.O. Box 928
Lawrence, KS 66044-0928

The Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary
c/o Dr. Karen Oberhauser
2078 Skillman Avenue
Roseville, MN 55113

This organization is under the guidance of Dr. Lincoln Brower, noted Monarch Authority. Dr. Brower’s lifelong work of preserving the monarchs’ overwintering habitat in Mexico and his plight to save the monarchs has been documented in LIFE MAGAZINE.

Monarch Butterfly Fund
Conserving the Migration
http://monarchconservation.org/donate/
Your donation is tax deductible and will help MBF continue our projects dedicated to the conservation of monarch butterflies.

Your donation is tax deductible and will help MBF continue our projects dedicated to the conservation of monarch butterflies.

c/o Karen Oberhauser
2078 Skillman Ave W
Roseville, MN 55113

Friends of the Monarchs
P.O. Box 51683
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
www.pgmonarchs.org

Friends of the Monarchs is dedicated to increasing public awareness and community involvement in restoring and preserving in and around Pacific Grove and around the world!

Milkweed Across America!

Monarch Butterflies need our help! Join local efforts to plant milkweed in schoolyards, libraries, and backyards across the USA.

These four resources will get you started.

Monarch Joint Venture – Native Milkweed Campaign
Monarch Joint Venture –Milkweed Information Sheet and more!
Our Habitat Garden – Growing Milkweed for Monarchs
David Suzuki Foundation – Ten Tips for a Monarch-Friendly Garden

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