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Posted on: February 10, 2021

Ramsey Parks & Recreation Presents: Monarch Pollinator Series

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Want to learn more about Minnesota’s state butterfly and the impact they have on the ecosystems right in our own backyards? Experts from the Monarch Joint Venture will share amazing facts about the monarch butterfly - from egg to migration, learn how a butterfly gets its wings and completes one of the largest migrations on the planet. Come away with some simple tips of how you can help monarch butterflies at home.

Join us for events throughout the summer! This event is part of a Monarch Pollinator Event Series. The first session begins with a foundational background on monarch butterflies, the second session will provide starter plants and information to begin your very own monarch pollinator garden, and the third session will include participation in a community science project! It is recommended to participate in Monarch Butterflies 101 if you plan to attend the Planting for Monarchs or Community Science sessions. Participation in all events is not required, but information builds upon previous sessions. 

  • Monarch Butterflies 101
    • March 2 at 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    • March 6 at 11:00 am - 12 pm
  • Planting for Monarch Butterflies: May 
  • Monarchs and Community Science: June 
  • Contingent upon community interest, a monarch butterfly tagging event may take place in August

Registration is required, space is limited. This is a FREE virtual event. A confirmation email will be sent with a link to the Zoom meeting prior to the event. Please ensure email notifications on or you will not receive the notice. If you are having issues with the link, please email Abby Proulx by the Thursday prior to the event by 3:30pm.


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