Help bring more Monarch butterflies to Cincinnati

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Help create new pollinator habitat in Cincinnati!

Volunteer with the Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage to bring Monarch Waystations throughout Cincinnati for this remarkable and iconic butterfly!

Monarch butterfly
A Monarch butterfly

Monarch butterflies, known for their spectacular color and remarkable migration to the mountains of Mexico, are declining because of habitat loss.

Working together, homeowners, schools and parks can turn this around by providing essential habitat for breeding as well as refueling.

Monarchs cannot survive without milkweed; their caterpillars only eat milkweed plants and the adults need milkweed to lay their eggs. Nectar plants, vital for a wide variety of pollinators including butterflies, are not always dependably available across spring and summer months.

This spring the Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage Farm Project in Price Hill will be growing out a wide variety of native milkweeds and nectar plants so that homeowners can buy a ready-to-plant “Monarch Waystation”.

With a single flat you’d get all the plants needed to nourish and nurture monarchs!

Are you the enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteer who can help develop this project? We need help ranging from starting seedlings to working on a marketing and PR campaign. Make a contribution that will ripple across landscape and species while gaining new skills under professional supervision.

Hours flexible, opportunities boundless! Our first day in greenhouse will be March 21, 9:30 AM

Contact Nancy Sullivan at or 859 240-6140


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One thought on “Help bring more Monarch butterflies to Cincinnati

  1. We think we can help. Last year we planted 3 varieties thanks to our friend John Elmore. I wonder if some seeds from a few years ago might grow. hope to meet at the Greenhouse on Enright.

    Alan, and Mona, possibly

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