The fourth annual Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival wrapped up Sunday with a brightly colored parade, waggle group dance, and butterfly tagging demonstrations.
We look forward to hosting many of you at our Wednesday evening reception, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
As of Wednesday, 283 pollinator gardens have been registered or pledged as part of the 300 for 300 initiative.
As monarch butterflies make their way south through Texas and into Mexico, the third annual Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival kicks off Friday.
Experts and legislators discussed the decline of monarch butterfly and bee populations in Texas.
SAISD teacher Chéri Tondre and her students have converted a Bermuda grass-infested expanse into a Monarch butterfly and pollinator garden.
Those tracking monarch butterflies’ migration through Texas to Canada this year will see nearly 15 percent fewer butterflies start the long journey.
Environmental concerns are the principal threat to the Monarch butterfly’s ability to thrive.
This year’s festival examines the intersection of politics and pollinators while also including fun and educational events featuring Monarch butterflies.
The Rivard Report welcomed Beth Frerking to the position of editor-in-chief on Monday as co-founder Robert Rivard transitioned to the role of publisher.