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Here’s How You Can Help Bring Monarch Butterflies (and Honey Bees) Back from the Brink of Extinction

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  • The monarch butterfly is about to go extinct, as genetically engineered crops and agricultural chemicals have largely eliminated the perennial milkweed, which is the monarch’s sole food and breeding source
  • To help you grow a habitat for monarchs, I will be sending out a free packet of milkweed seeds with every domestic order from now until the seeds run out.
  • Action item: sign the petition asking EPA, USDA, and President Obama to protect the monarchs’ breeding habitat by stopping approval of glyphosate-resistant genetically engineered crops
  • More than half of garden plants attractive to bees sold at Lowe’s are pre-treated with pesticides that could be lethal to bees. Please sign the letter asking these companies to stop selling these toxic plants
  • To avoid harming bees and other helpful pollinators that visit your garden, swap out toxic pesticide and lawn chemicals for organic weed and pest control alternatives

By Dr. Mercola

Each year in late summer and early fall, the monarch butterflies start their migration from the northern parts of the United States and Canada. Most of them fly down toward the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico, but not all. Some take other routes, heading toward Florida instead, or the California coast.

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