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The San Fernando Valley Group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00p.m. in the Reseda Park meeting room. Join us for conversation, refreshments, and speakers

Reseda Park is located at 18411 Victory Blvd., just east of Reseda Blvd. The meeting room is between the swimming pool, tennis courts, and the children's play area. Need more information, call our Information phone Joe Phillips at 818-348-8884, email recreationbyjoe@yahoo.com.
 
DIRECTIONS:

From 101 Freeway: Exit Reseda Blvd go North to Victory, then make right turn onto Victory Blvd. There is limited parking in front of the tennis courts, on Victory Blvd., and in the lot at Etiwanda Ave at the Senior Center. After the pool construction is completed, a new lot will be built.
 

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SIERRA CLUB'S MISSION STATEMENT
To explore,enjoy and protect the wild places.
*To practice and promote responsible use of the Earth's ecosystem and resources.
*To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment.
*And to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives

Monthly Meetings-the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm


Reseda Park Rec. Hall, 18411 Victory Blvd. (Cross Street-Reseda Blvd near child's play area.) There are parking lots & street parking. If the Rec Hall parking lot is full, there is ample parking at the One Generation lot, directly east at 18255 Victory Boulevard.

For more information look at the sidebar on this page and, also, call/email Joe Phillips (818) 348-8884, recreationbyjoe@yahoo.com



 

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Monarch Butterfly on lantana (on left side of picture)

Photo by Chris Rowe

Photo from www.learnaboutnature.com

 

Presenter:  Lynne Godin of

Monarch Waystation in Simi Valley, CA

Program is:

Tues, MAY 19, 2015

Saving the Monarch Butterfly

The beautiful Monarch Butterfly is becoming an endangered species. By some estimates, the Monarch Butterfly population has declined by 90 percent over the past two decades, from about 1 billion butterflies in the mid-1990s to just 35 million individuals this past winter.  The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will determine over the next year whether these iconic black-and-orange butterflies deserve the federal protections that come with being listed as an endangered or threatened species.   Come and hear Lynne  Godin's talk: "Saving the Monarch Butterfly".   Learn about the amazing natural history of the Monarch Butterfly, how they have become endangered, why we should be concerned and what we can all do to help.   She and her husband Rick have established a Monarch Waystation in Simi Valley, CA and have dedicated their lives to help save these very special creatures. 

There will be socializing and refreshments.  

Photo by Chris Rowe