Info to help save Monarch Butterflies

I don’t know about you, but I saw zero Monarch butterflies this summer. ┬áIn fact, I saw so few butterflies I actually noticed there were hardly any.

Butterflies are extremely important and I’ve got an article to share that talks all about the decline of the Monarchs, it’s called “How to Help Stop Industrial Agriculture From Killing The Monarch Butterfly.” It’s from Take Part dot com, if you’re not familiar with their site take a look, it’s impressive.

We all need to pitch in and help the butterflies, as well as the honey bees and birds, they’re a vital part of the food chain and also help to make our food. Without them we’re pretty screwed.

Do your part by growing milkweed (If you’re in the right zone) and keeping an organic garden. Pesticides harm people as well, the less we all use the better.

2 comments to “Info to help save Monarch Butterflies”

  1. on 03 Sep 2014 at 5:08 amMichelle

    Me and my daughter went looking for milkweed pods to send in to the milkweed for monarchs way station so they can replant them in areas that need them. We had lots of fun.

  2. on 03 Sep 2014 at 5:43 amThe Food Healer

    Hi Michelle,
    That’s wonderful! I’m glad you and your daughter had a great time, the butterflies say thank you. :)

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