Unique chance to hear about monarchs

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A recent New York Times article and blog post indicate monarch butterfly numbers continue to dwindle. Dr. Chip Taylor, founder and director of Monarch Watch, will be in Lexington to speak about the latest news and how we can help.

What: “Monarch Conservation: Challenges and Opportunities”
When: February 12, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Where: Gluck Equine Center Auditorium,1400 Nicholasville Road, Lexington, KY
Cost: $5; free to Friends of the Arboretum, Wild Ones members, and Garden Club of Kentucky members

Child Holding Monarch Butterfly

This talk is sponsored by the Lexington Arboretum, Lexington Chapter of Wild Ones, and the Garden Club of Kentucky. I’m looking forward to it, and if you live nearby I hope you’ll join us.

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