Don’t Let Monarch Butterflies Pay the Price for Corn Ethanol Mandate

Progress: 99%
Progress: 99%
Alerts Taken: 19853     Goal: 20000

Mounting evidence shows that the production of corn ethanol fuels has destroyed millions of acres of grassland habitat across the country that vulnerable monarch butterflies, many other pollinators and wildlife need to survive.

Nevertheless, the Environmental Protection Agency has proposed maintaining high levels of corn ethanol in automotive fuels for next year, rather than heeding the needs of monarchs and other wildlife.

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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