Milkweed restoration, deforestation, reforestation and other issues surrounding the monarch butterfly and its habitat.
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rather than move a safe driving speed to 65 MPH - a 45 MPH would have saved so much of natures gifts(sooner or later all will be lost), driving 35 still takes a toll - I'm afraid to think what 65 MPH and above do to what the caring ones are trying to save - thanks for all of your help - the battle continues - only the best things in life will be lost - humans have been the worst thing that has happened to this world-adjust accordingly and cry(the American Indian has been crying for decades) - but still try - thanks again to all that try and care - LOVE
Monarch WayStation #1553 "The Monarch Inn"
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I live beside of a 4 lain highway. A huge sound barrier separates my house from the road. I see butterflies avoiding cars to get to my house when I am sitting in traffic. Most of them make it. I know that some of them don't. Sometimes I even hear car crashes. The speed limit is 50, but many people go even faster. More people, more cars, less nature.
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