- Milkweed Facts
- Milkweed Fact Sheet. Common Name: Common milkweed. Scientific Name: Asclepias syriaca.
- MEASURING MILKWEED DENSITY
- All participants must complete the “Milkweed Density Datasheet” once a year.
- Caterpillars rescued from Irene's wrath
- It used to be loaded with milkweed, and now they chop it all down. If there's no milkweed, we're not going to have monarchs,” she said.
- Dudley STEM School officially unveiled
- Sometime in the next four days, the first butterfly will be born on the corner of a small milkweed at the Monarch Way Station at the former Dudley Elementary, and officials said a new Battle Creek Public Schools will be born with it.
- Of Monarchs and Milkweed
- It's a good time of year to look for Monarch caterpillars on milkweed plants. There are a number of kinds of milkweed, and it is the favorite food of this particular caterpillar.
- Great Swamp Hosts Butterfly and Milkweed Presentation
- Presentation focuses on how plants like milkweed, native to New Jersey, can bring butterflies into your life.
- CMCA receives general operating grant
- "Operation Milkweed," a 2011 sculpture by JT Gibson of Morrill, is displayed in front of the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockport.
- Asclepias - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Asclepias L. (1753), the milkweeds, is a genus of herbaceous perennial, dicotyledonous plants that contains over 140 known species.
- Milkweed Editions - An Independent Literary Press
- Aug 25, 2011 Milkweed Editions is a non-profit publisher of literature for adults and young adults based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- Most people know milkweed simply as food for the monarch butterfly's caterpillar, or as a tenacious, pesky weed of hayfields.
- Monarch Watch : Milkweed : Introduction
- Milkweeds belong to the family Asclepiadaceae, derived from Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine and healing.
- The Milkweed
- DFA Goes to Trial, The Milkweed Will Offer Daily Web Site Coverage … Questions/Answers – What's the Southwest Feed Situation for Dairy Producers?
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