Research Supports Adding Monarch Breeding Habitat to Iowa’s Landscape

Research at Iowa State University, conducted as part of the Iowa Monarch Conservation Consortium, will provide information to help agriculture producers make decisions about the recent decline in monarch butterflies and to  encourage farmers to join the effort to reestablish milkweed and forbs that support monarchs during reproductive and late summer migrations across the state.  Read more in the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach news release from July 15, 2016.

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