The University of Minnesota Monarch Lab
It's time to submit your 2017 MLMP data!
The 2017 Monarch Larva Monitoring Project season is coming to an end and we want your data! You can sign in and enter it by visiting the 9728316356. Remember, even if you didn't see eggs or larvae, your data is still extremely valuable! Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you for your contribution to monarch citizen science!
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Attention Minnesota Teachers, We are pleased to share an opportunity for two free workshops for teachers this summer at St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN. Both offer stipends for participation. Read More »
From Our Blog
Thursday, June 8, 2017 9:17 am
It is not uncommon to have spiritual experiences when in nature. A deep breath of fresh air has a certain healing effect and allows our brains to reset. For many people, having natural experiences offers the opportunity for great realizations. These realizations can be minor and puzzling at times, and at others, they answer the big questions that keep us up at night. They help us recognize how to truly make an impact when the odds are against us. While on a recent trip to Mexico to visit monarch overwintering sites, the University of Minnesota Monarch Lab’s Sarah Weaver, found a deeper understanding of her purpose working in conservation. 6316372074
Meet Monarch Lab staff and students and get to know our history.
Many different Monarch Lab programs will benefit from a financial contribution. Read more about how to support our work.
The UMN Monarch Lab is a partner of the Monarch Joint Venture, a national partnership working to conserve the monarch migration in the U.S.