Cape Ann Milkweed Project Seed Pickup and Information Day Sunday, May 18th, from 9:30 to Noon

Our milkweed and New England aster seed pickup day is Sunday, May 18th, from 9:30 to noon, at Captain Joe and Sons. Come on down to pick up your seeds and learn the best way to plant asters and milkweeds. We’ll have coffee and doughnuts, too! Captain Joe’s is located at 95 East Main Street and you can find directions posted on their website here.

Thanks so much to Joey for hosting the event at the dock. I am looking forward to saying hello to everyone!

Monarch butterfly explosion ©Kim Smith 2014Millions of milkweeds and nectar-rich wildflowers, such as New England Asters and Seaside Goldenrod, insures millions of Monarchs arrive to Mexico!

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  • Hi Kim, I love your Mexico shots; indeed all your monarch photos. Thanks for all your good work in monarch conservation.

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  • Kim,
    I bet you loved this the Monarch’s…they are like the spirits of those who float in the wind in beauty and peace. Great Job and Great leader of this cause!

    Goals are my north star. My compass. The map that guides me along the road I wish to travel. Goals are motivations with wind in their sails – they carry me forward despite the storms.”- Richelle E. Goodrich
    Dave & Kim :-) :-)

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  • Hi Dave, Glad to have you back and great to hear from you!!

    “Monarch’s…they are like the spirits of those who float in the wind in beauty and peace. ” beautiful-thank you!

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  • Most welcome Keep it up :-) Dave!

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