Friends of Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge

Help us Pollinate!

Join the Friends of Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge in planting and maintaining the native plant pollinator garden at the Refuge Visitor Center. In addition to improving habitat for bees, butterflies, and birds that are critical to plant pollination, you will be creating an attractive ans welcoming landscape at the visitor center.

No experience and skills are necessary, just a willingness to "play in the dirt!" Activities include planting, seeding, pulling weeds, and watering. You can also help with education and outreach related to pollinators, habitat, and native plants.

Milkweed is the food of the monarch caterpillar, and herbicides destroy milkweed around farms, once an important habitat for breeding monarchs. You can help the monarchs by growing your own milkweed (a beautiful plant). See instructions HERE.

Volunteer today and join the team! 

Friends of Las Vegas (New Mexico) National Wildlife Refuge

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