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Remembering Lincoln Brower, a world renowned monarch conservation leader

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Monarch Monitoring Volunteer Training - PAYMENT ONLY

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Join the 2018 International Monarch Monitoring Blitz to help save the monarch butterfly

London,OH Monitoring Training - PAYMENT ONLY

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MJV Pollinator Ambassador Notebook

IMMP Monitoring Kit

Monarch Life Cycle Poster

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Roadsides As Habitat for Monarch Butterflies

Monarch Monitoring Volunteer Training - PAYMENT ONLY

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MJV Pollinator Ambassador Shirt

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Milkweed Monarchs and More

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Monarchs in a Changing World: Biology and Conservation of an Iconic Butterfly

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Sway Your HOA

MJV Pollinator Ambassador Notebook

MJV Pollinator Ambassador Shirt

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MJV Baseball Hat

MJV Pollinator Ambassador Shirt

Monarch Life Cycle Poster

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MJV Pollinator Ambassador Shirt

MJV Water Bottle

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Monarch Monitoring Volunteer Training - PAYMENT ONLY

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Monarch Life Cycle Poster

Milkweed Monarchs and More

MJV Drawstring Bag

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pesticide free milkweed

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Monarchs in a Changing World: Biology and Conservation of an Iconic Butterfly

The Enlarged and Updated 2nd Edition of Milkweed, Monarchs & More

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Save the Monarch Website

How to build a butterfly and pollinator garden in seven steps

Ecoregional Native Plant Guides

Regional Monarch Habitat Development Guides

Monarch Monitoring Volunteer Training - PAYMENT ONLY

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MJV Baseball Hat

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The monarch’s stupendous migration, dissected

Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program T-Shirt

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The Power of Volunteers in Monarch Conservation

iSWOOP Transforms

Conservation Blueprint Habitat Tip Video: Milkweed Management

Pheasants Forever Habitat Tip: No Milkweed, No Monarchs

Moving for Monarchs

The Guardians

Flight of the Butterflies

Flowers for All

Land Manager’s Restoration Guide for the Eastern U.S.

Nebraska Pheasants Forever - Habitat Tip Series

Pollinator Friendly Practices

Monarch Life Cycle Poster

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London,OH Monitoring Training - PAYMENT ONLY

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Rights of Way as Habitat Working Group aims to help create, preserve monarch habitat

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Webinar - Conserving Monarchs: Opportunities on Farms in Canada

Technical Guide: Preserving and Creating Pollinator Habitat on Ontario’s Farms

Monarch Life Cycle Poster

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Technical Guide: Preserving and Creating Pollinator Habitat on Ontario’s Farms

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Alternative 1-Day Monitoring Training

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Trinational Monarch Conservation

Trinational Monarch Conservation

Monarchs know no borders. Their flight takes them across North America, traversing three countries, and touching the hearts and minds of people from all walks of life. Monarchs are known as a symbol of migration, rebirth, and partnership.

Because monarchs cross many human boundaries and inhabit such a large area, it is a shared responsibility to protect them. Across the continent, many partners and people are working together to create and protect monarch habitat, teach their communities about monarchs, and monitor monarchs in their landscapes. Together, we can protect the monarch migration for future generations.

Monarch conservation is also an opportunity for inter-governmental cooperation between the North American nations. One example of this partnership is the North American Monarch Conservation Plan (NAMCP), published by the Commission for Environmental Cooperation in 2008. Another example is the 2016 Leaders’ Statement on a North American Climate, Clean Energy, and Environment Partnership, in which the presidents of Canada, the United States and Mexico re-affirmed their commitment to restoring the monarch butterfly population.

“We reaffirm our commitment to work collaboratively to achieve our long term goal of conserving North America’s monarch migratory phenomena and to ensure that sufficient habitat is available to support the 2020 target for the eastern Monarch population.”

While the Monarch Joint Venture focuses on United States monarch conservation, we acknowledge the need for international cooperation, participation, and information sharing. MJV actively participates in tri-national discussion and  cooperation between the three North American countries. In the U.S., we work with partners to implement the national Monarch Conservation Implementation Plan: a stepped down version of the NAMCP.

Visit the Monarch Conservation Efforts Map to see some organizations and individuals working to protect monarchs across Canada, the United States and Mexico. The Conservation Efforts Map is not a comprehensive list. If you know of other initiatives or resources we may have missed, please encourage them to add their efforts to the map!

Visit our resources page for more information on monarch conservation. If you have additional resources to recommend including on our website, please contact us.

Monarch Life Cycle Poster

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Monarch Monitoring Volunteer Training - PAYMENT ONLY

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