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Monarch butterfly numbers dangerously low, learn more at Ipswich Library

 

Verna Kay Boyd

Ipswich Tiger Post students and staff have planted native South Dakota plants in the gardens. They are learning to garden and raise butterflies, which they plan to release later in the season.

Verna Kay Boyd will present "Monarch Butterflies in South Dakota" at the Marcus P. Beebe Library on Thursday July 12 at 2 p.m.

The public is invited to attend her presentation to learn how you can plant milkweed and help the Monarch butterflies survive and thrive in our area.

Monarchs are one of the most recognized and well-know butterflies in North America. They were once so numerous they darken...



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