Please join the Hunterdon Warren Group of the Sierra Club for a presentation on protecting the Monarch Butterfly & Other Pollinators. The Monarch population in the eastern U.S. has fallen about 80% since the mid-1990s, but the drop-off in the western U.S. has been even steeper. This is largely due to the destruction to the milkweed habitat along their migratory route. Abby Scher, Chair of the National Sierra Club Pollinator Protectors, will guide us through the steps we can take to plant gardens that attract the Monarch and how we can oppose the toxins that harm butterflies and other pollinators that are vital to our own health and food chain. Ms. Scher also serves as a Co-Chair on the Farm and Food Committee for the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter. Registration is necessary so a Zoom link can be sent to registered participants.