Don't Let Monarch Butterflies Pay the Price for Renewable Fuels

Monarch
 
Progress: 78%
Progress: 78%
Alerts Taken: 23297     Goal: 30000


The Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed increase for corn ethanol (for use as a renewable fuel) is a direct blow to struggling monarch butterflies.

Growing corn for ethanol has already caused the destruction of huge swaths of grassland habitat that vulnerable monarchs depend on for survival. Increasing corn ethanol targets will trigger further environmental harm and devastation.

Help monarch butterflies survive by editing and sending a message to the Environmental Protection Agency, urging the agency to DEFEND, not destroy native grassland habitat for monarchs and other wildlife.

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