Save Our Monarchs

Why Restoring Pollinator Habitat is the 'Single Most Important Conservation Movement of Our Time’

TransCanada partners with Save our Monarchs to restore pollinator habitat
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When you're sitting at your breakfast table sipping your morning coffee and fruit juice, as you take a bite of your granola, take a moment to thank the birds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators that made your breakfast possible.

Pollinators are critical to producing many of the foods we consume daily, this includes thousands of crops such as coffee and cocoa, as well as many of the fruits we eat such as apples, strawberries, peaches and melons. One third of our food supply requires pollination.

Partnership Aims to Help Butterfly Population Take Off

Press Release

BIG RAPIDS, Mich., June 8, 2017 /3BL Media/ – An iconic insect on the decline could see its numbers take off along its North American flight path when a 4,000-acre tract of land near Big Rapids becomes an innovative breeding ground.

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