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CONSERVATION

CREATE MONARCH HABITAT
Monarchs need milkweed to survive; it's where they lay their eggs and where their caterpillars hatch and feed. Monarch Watch needs volunteers to create patches of habitat called "Monarch Waystations" in home gardens, at schools, at businesses, along roadsides, and on other unused plots of land.  The program offers volunteers a seed kit and a registry.  For more information, visit Monarch Watch.
Two monarch butterflies feed on flowers side by side.
BECOME A CITIZEN SCIENTIST
Monarch caterpillar feeds on a milkweed leaf.
Scientists at the University of Minnesota's Monarch Lab need volunteers across the country to report sightings of monarch larvae.  Visit the Monarch Larva Monitoring Project to help.  If you live in the West, sign up for a free online tool to let you report milkweed and monarch sightings in the Western US.  Visit Western Monarch Milkweed Mapper to sign up.
DONATE TO RESTORE HABITAT

Donate to help protect and restore critical milkweed habitat for monarch butterflies.  By providing a financial incentive to farmers and ranchers who own the vast majority of the lands along the monarch's migratory path, you'll help ensure monarchs have safe places to shelter and rest for each generation of their journey.  To help secure a future for monarch butterflies by making a donation, please visit the Environmental Defense Fund.

Monarch butterfly feeds on a purple flower.