A Way Station is the term for big or small plots of land that are set aside to provide food and shelter for the rapidly dwindling population of Monarch butterflies. Monarchs are important pollinators for crops and flowering plants, as well as an important "canary in the mine" for the effects of pesticide and habitat destruction on wildlife populations.
You can do this at home, or, with permission, on your workplace property.
Visit Monarch Watch to find out more.
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