Discovery Park Pollinator Garden

— Gila Watershed Partnership

Thank you!

Discovery Park Pollinator Garden

— Gila Watershed Partnership

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Did you know...

Monarch butterfly populations have decline by 90% in the last 20 years. They are likely to be added to the threatened and endangered species list.

How you can help

Milkweeds are the only plant monarchs will lay their eggs on. They rely on these plants to grow and survive. One Monarch can lay 600 eggs, but they need a milkweed. We plan to create a pollinator garden at Discovery Park in Safford, Arizona that will benefit monarchs and many other insects, birds, and bats.

About this nonprofit

The mission of the Gila Watershed Partnership is to protect, restore and enhance the Upper Gila Watershed of Arizona. The objectives of the Gila Watershed Partnership are: to conserve the natural resources and enhance the environment, to increase water quantity and improve water quality, and increase collaboration among partners and neighbors within the state of Arizona.

Check them out at: http://www.gwpaz.org

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