Partnering to conserve the monarch butterfly migration

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Over the past two decades the monarch population has fallen into a steep decline, due largely to loss of habitat, as well as factors such as pesticide use, climate change, predators and disease. Monarch habitat consists of native milkweed plants to provide food for caterpillars, and blooming nectar plants all growing season long to fuel butterfly breeding and migration. Restoring the monarch population is going to take an “all-hands-on deck” approach. We need all sectors to get involved to restore monarch numbers to a sustainable level.

Find out how you can get involved in monarch conservation, no matter who or where you are!