Monarch Monitoring Advanced Training | Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program

Thursday, August 3 | 9:00am – 4:00pm

Monarch Butterfly populations have declined by more than 80% in recent decades. Your help is needed! Collect critical monarch data in Wisconsin to help conservation partners understand monarch populations and protect monarchs and their habitat. Learn about monarch monitoring projects from University of Minnesota Monarch Lab experts including Monarch Larva Monitoring Project, Journey North, and Project Monarch Health. Participants will be asked to volunteer
10 hours towards monarch monitoring efforts in 2018.
For complete details see the program flyer.

$65 (includes workshop, lunch and monitoring kit)

Registration by July 27 is required online through Wisconsin Master Naturalist