Partnering to conserve the monarch butterfly migration

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Thank you readers! Thoughts and reflections on MJV News Update survey responses

To learn more about where we should be focusing these updates, earlier this year we sent out a questionnaire to get your feedback. Our team reviewed the nearly 100 survey responses and shares here our reflections on the results.  Read More »

New MJV Handout – “Risks of Neonicotinoid Use to Pollinators”

This new MJV handout delves into what neonics are, how they work and various paths the chemicals can take once applied. It also discusses the impacts neonics have on insects and other invertebrates, and offers potential solutions to the threats posed.  Read More »

Announcing 2017-2018 MJV Sponsored Partner Projects

We’re excited to sponsor our partners in 2017-18 on a variety of monarch conservation projects!  Read More »

Correctional facilities join the fight to save the monarch butterfly

Find out how nontraditional conservation partners in Ohio work together to save the monarch butterfly, including correctional facilities, Soil Water and Conservation Districts, Waste Management, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and many others!  Read More »

Connecting Biodiversity and Sustainability to Monarchs: UTSA Lab joins MJV

The Biodiversity and Ecological Sustainability Laboratory at UTSA has been invited to join the MJV. The BES Laboratory is currently conducting a three-year research study to better understand monarch butterflies and milkweed in Texas.  Read More »