Joanna Kirby, president of the Kentucky Garden Club, is urging gardeners to establish “monarch way stations” across the state where the larvae may feed.
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/07/21/2725261/uncommonwealth-state-gardening.html#storylink=cpy
Kirby and others, including Monarchwatch.org and Wild Ones, a leader in the natural landscaping movement, want gardeners to understand how to build and maintain monarch habitats, including milkweed. That is not just an activity for gardeners; it can be undertaken by schools, community groups and local governments.
Flemingsburg Garden Club’s Monarch Waystation:
Millersburg Garden Club’s Monarch Waystation:
Monarch on Milkweed Vine in Woodford County:
Danville Rotary Club Monarch Waystation:
Garden Side Green Thumb Garden Club’s Waveland State Historic Site Waystation:
Monarch Waystation at Irvine Elementary School:
Down To Earth Garden Club’s Waveland State Historic Site Waystation: