Butterfly Gardens Class



Central Standard Time



Biodiversity Education Center
367 Freeport Parkway
Coppell, Texas 75019

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Fall is the time to plant for butterflies@ Learn how to plant nectar sources that will attract butterflies as they migrate. Monarch and other butterfly populations have declined rapidly over the past two decades. Learn what you can do to ensure North Texas sees them in our gardens year after year. 

Randy Johnson from Randy Johnson organics will be presenting. He has spoken on this topic to butterfly advocates in the DFW area on behalf of the National Wildlife federation. Keep Coppell Beautiful will be raffling a "Sustain the Migration" seed kit from Native American Seed at the class. 

Free to the public and no registration is required. 

The Biodiversity Education Center (BEC) is tucked into the nature park at Wagon Wheel Park. Park on the northwest side of the parking lot and follow green signs to the BEC. 

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