The Woodlands Monarch Pledge Campaign
In February 2017, Project PolliNation presented a proposal to Environmental Services of The Woodlands Township to transform the community into a Monarch Champion City as defined and recognized by the National Wildlife Federation in their Mayor’s Monarch Pledge program.
The following month, we presented the concept to The Woodlands Township Board of Directors. The presentation was well received and in June 2017, the Board approved additional budget to Environmental Services for the next five years “to make something happen.” And something is happening.
Project PolliNation has been working with Environmental Services to create its strategy for accomplishing the status of a Monarch Champion city in 2018. And soon, The Woodlands Board of Directors will be ready to make the proclamation. The Woodlands would be the third city nation-wide to make such a pledge.
If you are a Woodlands resident, show your support for this initiative add your name to The Woodlands Monarch Pledge Campaign by clicking the SIGN NOW link. When you sign the campaign pledge, you will join others in The Woodlands expressing the desire to help preserve our green spaces and transform specific areas into native pollinator gardens. This effort will not only help save the majestic Monarch, but will benefit all our native bees, butterflies, and moths that make pollination possible.
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