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Three Myths About the Monarch Butterfly

The beautiful Monarch butterfly – possibly America’s best-known butterfly – is being considered for “endangered”status under the Endangered Species Act. Meanwhile, we’re cutting down the trees these creatures depend on. Nativist myths are partly responsible. There are two migrations of … Continue reading

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San Francisco Fells More Trees – Treasure Island

People have started writing to us about hundreds, perhaps thousands, of trees being clear-cut on Treasure Island – beautiful, healthy trees being destroyed. It’s happening right now. One person wrote: “Over on the area where officers quarters are, there appears … Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings with Monarch Butterflies

It’s a lovely coincidence that here in California, the holiday season is Monarch butterfly season. We bring you this post (partially based on a post from SutroForest.com, used with permission) to celebrate the season with butterflies. We wish all our … Continue reading

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