A gardener's guide to saving the monarch
from The Washington Post
The monarch butterfly has been likened to a featherweight piece of stained glass that through some miracle flits its way each year from Canada to Mexico. It is not the most endangered of our insects, but its plight — along with the ills of the honeybee — has made it perhaps the most visible symbol of the fragility of our natural world and our ability to mess it up.
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