Category Archives: monarchs

Memorial Service for Passionate Prairie Advocate Shirley Gangwere

Memorial Service for Shirley Gangwere Friday, January 5 at 10:00am Arlington Heights UMC, 4200 Camp Bowie We recently heard the sad news that fellow member Shirley Gangwere passed away on December 19th. Shirley was an avid prairie enthusiast who not … Continue reading

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We have an exciting opportunity to SAVE a vibrant PRAIRIE in North Texas!

The Paul Mathews Prairie is a 100-acre Blackland prairie remnant near Greenville (near Clymer Meadow). For the incredible price of $50,000, NPAT can become the owner of this unique prairie that is one of the best representations of gammagrass/switchgrass/indiangrass vertisolic … Continue reading

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Monarchs as a Model for Change in Habitat Conservation

Monday, May 8, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8pm Presenter: Cathy Downs of Monarch Watch Amon G. Carter, Jr. – Downtown YMCA at 512 Lamar Street For thousands of years Monarchs and other butterflies have been a symbol of spiritual transformation. In … Continue reading

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Monarchs and Milkweeds

At our January meeting, Barbara Keller-Willy, Director of Monarch Gateway & President-elect for NPAT discussed methods of propagation she uses in her Monarch Host Cities Project where cities partner with Monarch Gateway to improve & add more native milkweed habitat to aid in … Continue reading

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Propagating Milkweeds for Monarchs

Monday, January 9, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8pm Propagating Milkweeds for Monarchs Presenter: Barbara Willy, Director of Monarch Gateway & President of NPAT Amon G. Carter, Jr. – Downtown YMCA at 512 Lamar Street FW-NPAT is excited to host Barbara Willy, Director … Continue reading

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