Local effort to save the

Monarch Butterfly

CBS 58 Aired Sunday July 26, 2015


The Monarch Butterfly is perhaps the most recognizable butterflies in the world, but their numbers have been drastically dwindling over the years. Michael Schlesinger found some local conservationists taking it upon themselves to do something about it.

 "Habitat Is A Challenge For Some Wisconsin Butterfly Species

Feds Could Add Monarchs To Threatened Species List"  

Wisconsin Public Radio

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

By Chuck Quirmbach  


 "An Up tick in Monarch Butterflies Returning to the Area"

CBS 58 Jul 08, 2015 By Michael Schlesinger

Wauwatosa Now

July 1, 2015

By Rory Linnane


Children's Hospital COO eyes nearby woods for "healing power"

 Posted: May 25, 2015 By Sachelle Saunders CBS 58 News


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    The Planting event was a great success! 


     30+ people worked to plant 1,500 milkweed and nectar plants in 3 areas on the new DOT land. This will provide more diversity in the plant community as well as help to restore monarch butterfly resources that supported the population and migration in previous years.


    Sincere thanks to the many people who came out to help on a hot summer afternoon!—the monarchs will thank us all.


    Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!