Monthly Archives:: April 2013

Friends of Doctor’s Park like Wild For Monarchs

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It was a beautiful, sunny day to-day and the turnout at Doctor’s Park was impressive.  Kim Caviggiola, who is one of the leaders of Friends of Doctor’s Park, said that she would post the brochure on the friends web site and facebook plus she would put a copy in the smart new notice boards constructed more »

Tool Kit has Arrived

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The ‘Tool Kit’ has arrived! Thank you so much for getting it out so quickly. Cynthia Nelson, our Volunteer Coordinator, is heading up our chapter’s involvement so she may be ordering more of…everything…based on need. We have plans to ask schools and libraries to put up a display with posters and brochures. One member has already planned to more »

Dr Doug Tallamy to Speak at Fox Cities Book Festival

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Gardening for Life Chances are, you have never thought of your garden – indeed, of all of the space on your land – as a wildlife preserve that represents the last chance we have for sustaining plants and animals that were once common throughout the United States. That is exactly the role our suburban landscapes more »

How did you get interested in Monarchs?

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From Sally Rutzky: Before Wild Ones, I make arrangements with dried milkweed skeletons. I then moved on to planting plants then to watching caterpillars and butterflies, so this is really where I started. When I moved in to my present VERY shady lot, the first thing I did was plant milkweeds in the one sunny more »

Wild Ones in the News

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Did you know Wild Ones got a nice plug in the Feb-May issue of American bungalow Magazine on p. 8. Their website is americanbungalow.com. A letter in response to an article about using native plants cited us as a resource and the editor gave more information in a reply. They said we were founded in more »