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TN Valley Wild Ones: Planting Milkweed to Save Monarchs
The monarch butterfly population is dwindling, and gardeners in Chattanooga are helping restore the butterflies' lost habitats. The Tennessee Valley Wild Ones ordered 1,500 milkweed plants from Monarch Watch, a national organization based in Kansas, and they're donating some of the plants to people building monarch waystations.