Monarchs are considered an "umbrella species" because healthy monarch habitat is home to many other pollinators, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. When there is good, healthy monarch habitat, most all other wildlife thrive as well.
Our goal is to protect intact monarch habitat full of biodiversity that spans North America, the monarch's migration route. Have land with milkweed and full of biodiversity? Join the Monarch Flyway Network! Want us to help you find a sponsor for your habitat? Contact us!
It is much easier and cost effective to protect the habitat we have than it is to fund restoration projects. Want to fund a specific restoration project? Contact us and we can help you through the process.
Donations to the Monarch Flyway Conservation Program helps protect or create monarch habitat in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.