Tell the EPA to Protect the Monarchs From Monsanto

For nearly 20 years, Roundup Ready crops have been planted on farmland across the country and sprayed with increasing levels of Roundup.
Roundup's active ingredient is the herbicide glyphosate, which kills the one plant that monarchs rely on as habitat to lay their eggs: milkweed. As milkweed has disappeared, monarch populations have declined steeply, falling 90 percent over 20 years.
The EPA is currently considering how best to protect monarch butterflies. It is absolutely necessary that the agency stops the use of glyphosate while evaluating the full range of risks that the herbicide poses to monarchs.
Submit your public comment — the EPA must ban Roundup to protect monarch butterflies!

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