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Monarch Way Stations

Dates: Now - Aug. 25, 2019
Times: Noon - 2 p.m.
Category: Nature
Location: Isle a la Cache Museum, 501 E 135th St, Romeoville, Il 60410
Phone: (815) 886-1467
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Monarch way stations are identified milkweed hot spots that provide valuable habitat and nectar sources for monarchs. Staff will be at each location to share information and activities on monarchs, milkweed and pollinators. Search for monarch eggs and caterpillars in action. Take home handouts about how you can help monarchs and other pollinators. Free milkweed seed packets also will be available to take home and plant. These programs are offered in partnership with the Will County Audubon Society.


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