|Age Limit||16 and up|
“Invasive Removal and Pollinator Workshop at Monarch Way Station”
9-1pm, Arboretum North Location
Parking across the street from the Ohio 4H
Educational workshop and training at the beginning, will show examples of invasive plant examples. We will plant pollinators in the “Monarch Way Station."
Chadwick Arboretum has created a Monarch Butterfly Waystation in and around the Prairie Plant Research site, where these migratory butterflies can produce successive generations and sustain their migration. Each fall, hundreds of millions of monarch butterflies migrate from the United States and Canada to overwintering areas in Mexico and California where they wait out the winter until conditions favor a return flight in the spring. The monarch migration is truly one of the world's greatest natural wonders, yet it is threatened by habitat loss in North America – at the overwintering sites and throughout the spring and summer breeding range.
List of suggested Ohio Pollinators
Ability to do vigorous gardening, invasive removal, following by planting,
|Perks||Free education and contributing to the "Monarch Way Station."|
|Parking Details||All are encouraged to take the bus across the street from the Ohio 4H Center and then walk across the street behind the Ohio 4H to the enCORE Solar House. To see a more detailed map, go to ChadwickArboretum.osu.edu This is located in our Arboretum North.|
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