In October of 2022 we held a very successful workshop for almost 40 new community scientists

Join local and national experts to explore Monarch biology to learn how you can help the population and assist in gathering important data. If you want to learn more about Monarch and how to monitor for community science, this workshop is filling fast, so sign up asap! This is a unique opportunity, and will be the first workshop of it’s kind offered in California to cover the new tagging protocol. If you’re near the Oakland area, this will be a great opportunity to take a deep dive into monarch biology and behavior, and to be trained in protocols to participate in community science programs to monitor and tag monarchs in the wild. You will receive hands-on training in the Monarch Larva Monitoring Project (MLMP), a national database in addition to the newly allowed butterfly tagging program. Workshop will be held at The Gardens at Lake Merritt in Oakland, CA.

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This training supported by grant funding from the Monarch Joint Venture and US Forest Service International Programs (Wings Across the Americas).