Monarch Waystaion #613 was created from a sterile, chemically-treated lawn. There's still plenty of grass, but wildlife-friendly spaces were planted in the treelawn, in the sideyard bordering the house, and in the backyard bordering the neighbor's fence. Milkweed and indigenous nectaring plants now abound! The insects came, then the butterflies and songbirds. You can counter urban sprawl and the mass destruction of wildlife habitat...one yard at a time. Enjoy the slide show!
Robert Morton, M.Ed., Ed.S believes urban sprawl can be offset by creating wildlife-friendly spaces in America's 25,000,000 lawns, one yard at a time! Click HERE to learn why. A portion of Ad sale revenues (10%) will be donated to Monarch Watch. Do you have a wildlife-friendly space? Please share it! Contact us on the secure Bpath Mail Form.