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Local club works to save the monarch butterfly

The Nipissing Naturalist Club is turning trash into treasure to help save the monarch butterfly population in the north. With help from groups around the city, the club is turning a former waste disposal site into a place where the monarch Butterfly can reproduce. The monarch Butterfly population has been dwindling in past years because of extreme weather and a food shortage. To help solve the problem, the Naturalist Club is going to plant over 20-thousand common milkweed seeds as food for the butterflies.

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