I was poking around trying to find something interesting for the wee ones to do and I ran across this website: http://www.livemonarch.com/free-milkweed-seeds.htm
On this site they state they (1) are a National Foundation (2) dedicated to protecting and restoring butterfly habitats across North America and (3) you can get a tax write off for donating and helping them out. How cool is that? Very. They also report that they grow caterpillar food plants hydroponically (no soil) and don't use "artificial diets."
It's a simple site, direct and to the point. I think I like them. I've never written off a non-profit-butterfly before (LOL). This should be very interesting... :-)
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