Every fall, monarch butterflies travel up to 3,000 kilometres between breeding grounds in eastern North America and overwintering sites in central Mexico. Some monarchs can travel an astonishing 80 kilometres in a single day. Butterflies play an important role in pollinating plants and crops across the globe. Due to urbanization, though, pollinator habitats are on the decline, resulting in a shrinking population. In 2017, Metrolinx … Continue reading Metrolinx, how does your garden grow?