Monarch Butterflies: Creating Way Stations [S-12-38]
|Location:||SLCHA: Silas Wright House|
|Classes:||1 Session 1.0 hours|
|Dates:||Thu 10:00 AM 05/10|
The purpose of this course is to inform people about the monarch butterfly population and our responsibility to protect these beautiful butterflies while they are here visiting the North Country during summer and early fall. The presenter will suggest ways for you to get involved in providing a sanctuary for these wonderful creatures, focusing especially on how to create way stations for them in your own yard. This presentation is a follow-up to one she did for SOAR in fall 2009.
Cindy Quackenbush is a retired second grade teacher with a strong interest in conservation. Currently Cindy has been spearheading a campaign to save the monarchs through local preservation projects.