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Creating Monarch and Pollinator Habitat in New Hampshire

Loss of habitat is one reason populations of monarch butterflies and insect pollinators are declining. Native flowering plants provide food for monarch butterflies and native pollinators. The best way to support and protect monarch and pollinator populations is by preserving, enhancing, and restoring plant habitat they use as food sources and reproductive areas.

PDF Download: Year of Publication:
2015
ID: 
NA–IN–01–15
Author: 
Angie Hammond
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Online
Topic:
Education
Managing your Land
Creating Monarch and Pollinator Habitat in New Hampshire
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