Monarch Butterfly Numbers Are Plummeting
The monarch completes one of the most famous migrations in the world, covering thousands of miles and four generations. But human activity has pushed the monarch nearly to extinction. Our children may never see this awesome migration.
Why won't the U.S. list them?
Sometimes, The Solution Is Simple
No matter where we happen to live in the world, our species is responsible for the death of 18 million acres of forest every single year. Many trees are felled for timber, or to make way for agriculture and industry. Others die due to changing climate - which has exacerbated dangerous droughts, wildfires, and outbreaks of destructive pests that kill their hosts.
Life on Earth as we know it depends on living, healthy forests. One way to help is to plant & nurture new trees.Your Actions Matter