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Monarch Conservation Efforts Map

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People across North America are progressing monarch conservation every day! The Monarch Conservation Efforts Map helps users visualize what activities are happening across North America to benefit monarchs and their habitats, and to better connect people who are passionate about this issue. This project originated with a group called the Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders, who helped to establish the efforts map and then transitioned it to the Monarch Joint Venture.

This is a living map and we continue to collect information on projects and initiatives. If you or someone you know is involved in monarch conservation, please submit your effort!

You may also consider contributing information about your habitat project to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Monarch Conservation Database. The Monarch Conservation Database collects information about recently (i.e. since 2014) completed, implemented, or planned on-the-ground conservation efforts benefiting monarch butterflies. Information entered into the database will be used to inform the decision on whether or not monarchs should receive protection under the Endangered Species Act.