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Permalink Monarch Habitat Field Days on Farms

July 25 or 28, 2017
Princeton or Ramsey, Minnesota

At either of these free afternoon field days, join the Xerces Society for hands-on demonstrations, activities, and informational sessions about installing and managing native habitat for monarchs and other wildlife on farms. Topics covered include site selection and site-prep methods for native plantings, seed mix design, planting methods, habitat management, native plant ID, evaluating and monitoring plant establishment, monarch biology and conservation, Farm bill programs and funding opportunities for farmers, and Beyond monarchs: additional benefits of habitat to wildlife and humans.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

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