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Help the Lost Ladybug Rescue Team Win $ for the 9-Spotted Ladybug

 Lost Ladybug Rescue works with Cornell University to bring these 9-spotted ladybugs to communities all over – they’ve come to our own M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden.

Please help them win this grant and get more attention for their efforts. It’s free and it’s easy!

Just click and vote for

Lost Ladybug Rescue 

Help the Lost Ladybug Rescue in 2018 by Helping them win $15,000 in the American Small Business Championship 

Voting is quick!  Voting runs until 5pm February 14th. 

  (apparently you can vote more than once, even up to once each hour.  It will help them catch the attention of the judges.

THANK YOU!

 

 

Help the Lost Ladybug Rescue in 2018 by Helping them win $15,000 in the American Small Business Championship 

Voting is quick!  Voting runs until 5pm February 14th. 

  (apparently you can vote more than once, even up to once each hour.  It will help them catch the attention of the judges.

THANK YOU!

Lost Ladybug Rescue aims to bring an endangered native lady beetle species back from the brink of extinction through breeding and selling of ladybug larvae and educational rearing kits.

What makes your business one of the best small businesses in your community?

Lost Ladybug Rescue gives gardeners, environmentalists and educators a unique opportunity to help save an endangered native ladybug. The nine spotted ladybug once played a valuable role in balancing agricultural and natural ecosystems across North America but has recently become extremely rare. This is also the New York State insect! While organic gardeners release our nine- spotted ladybugs to help control pests, they are boosting the population of this now endangered native at the same time. When student groups care for their true-to-life rearing kits, they are learning about insect life cycles, ecology and conservation. When they release their adult ladybugs, they are also helping to reintroduce this rare native. For years, over 7000 citizen scientists have supported the research of the Lost Ladybug Project. Now this community can join the mission of trying to save the nine-spotted ladybug. Our greatest business success has been generating enthusiasm in our customer base.

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