Monthly Archives:: March 2014


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 Do you use a rain barrel?  If not, do you wish you had one to use?  Saving rainwater from running into the storm sewers for use on your garden and potted plants, not only saves money for you personally, but also for the municipal water utility.  Wild Ones chapters and many other organizations will be holding more »

People work together in Columbus, Ohio for Monarchs

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Great news! The Green Columbus organization is creating a Milkweed Trail through Columbus, Ohio on Earth Day. They are offering 250 Milkweed plugs to Columbus area volunteers to plant in community gardens throughout the city. In previous years, Green Columbus has had over 750 people from the Columbus area volunteer for this yearly more »

Thanks for the WFM Handouts

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I would be honored if you could use this photo for whatever monarch-related venues you care to! I received some materials from WO last month that were extremely helpful in some monarch migration classes I taught at The Clearing and Bjorklunden in Door Co. Thanks for the handouts!  — Marilyn Hansotia, Wild Ones Door County more »