Help Save the Monarch Butterflies

Help Save the Monarch Butterflies

Riverside—According to the nonprofit environmental organization Friends of the Earth, the Monarch Butterfly population has declined by nearly 90 percent over the last twenty years, purportedly the result of a massive increase in the use of an herbicide/pesticide, glyphosate, contained in the commonly used Monsanto product Roundup®. 

As the Monarch butterfly population has continued to decline, the amount of Roundup® being used has increased from 25-30 million pounds per year to 180-185 pounds each year. 

The World Health Organization has identified Roundup® as a probable carcinogen.

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