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Restoration Spotlight: Sharing common ground with monarchs



June 23, 2017

For Baltimore city residents of neighborhoods like Brooklyn and Curtis Bay, the monarch butterfly was already effectively gone. But with funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) through a Five Star Urban Waters Grant, the National Aquarium and its partners’ Monarch Butterfly Community Conservation Program began last fall with the goal to engage hundreds of volunteers, students and Baltimore community members in the planting of habitat for the butterfly. The program builds on existing efforts by partnering with organizations to reconnect communities with their green spaces.

Produced by Will Parson
Music/Audio: Blue Dot Sessions via FreeMusicArchive.org
Special thanks to Gabrielle Roffe

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