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Citizen Science

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Citizen Science Help Monarch Butterfly Conservation through Citizen Science Monitoring The monarch (Danaus plexippus) migration is one of the most awe-inspiring phenomenon in nature and may serve as an indicator of the health of our environment and the well-being of Earth. Become part of a growing citizen science effort in North America to help monitor the status of… Read more »

Citizen Scientist Training

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Citizen Scientist Training During the 2015 Wild Ones Annual Conference, Wild Ones Honorary Director Dr. Karen Oberhauser and Sanny Oberhauser taught attendees “how to be a citizen scientist”, an introduction and training in various citizen science programs related to monarchs. To learn more about monarchs and what citizen scientists look for, watch the hands-on video… Read more »

Partnerships

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Wild Ones Partnerships Monarch Watch Monarch Watch – Bring Back the Monarchs (BBTM) program  In 2012, Wild Ones began a partnership with Monarch Watch’s BBTM program. An outgrowth of the Monarch Watch Waystation Program, its goal is to restore 20 milkweed species, used by monarch caterpillars as food, to their native ranges throughout the United… Read more »

Resources

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Resources Wild Ones and its members are the “Native Plant Experts”. If you want to learn what plants are native to your areas, which ones are right for your site conditions, where to purchase them, or how to work with your local government to create ordinances friendly to native plants, we can help. You’ll also… Read more »

Membership

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Join or Renew your Membership in Wild Ones Join a community of native plant enthusiasts – novices to experts – making a difference by establishing and preserving communities of native plants in home landscapes, schools, businesses, and communities. Help spread awareness and share knowledge about preserving, restoring, and establishing native plant communities to promote biodiversity… Read more »