Presented by Ann Earley and Bob Siemer
This presentation is about the Wild Ones organization's Wild for Monarchs Program, which encourages planting of native plants, especially milkweed, to support the monarch population. The program covers information about the monarchs' life cycle, migration and population trends, as well as what is being done to help these special butterflies.
Ann Earley and Bob Siemer have been active in local nature organizations, including Missouri Native Plant Society and St. Louis Wild Ones, for the last fifteen years. They also volunteer in various capacities as Missouri Master Naturalists and at Shaw Nature Reserve, where they conduct Wilderness Wagon tours for visitors and groups.
This presentation is free and open to the public. Up to 30 seats may be pre-reserved by registering below. After that, seats will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
Sponsored by the Webster Groves Greenspace Commission