Monarch Butterfly

Conservation Groups and Associations found near Wayne County, Nebraska

Bee and Butterfly Habitat Fund
Program Director - Peter Berthelsen
The Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund (BBHF) identifies opportunities to establish critical pollinator habitat to help honey bee and monarch butterfly populations thrive.
Located in St. Paul, Nebraska - about 97 miles away
Monarch Watch
Founder & Director - Orley R. 'Chip' Taylor
Monarch Watch is a nonprofit education, conservation, and research program based at the University of Kansas that focuses on the monarch butterfly, its habitat, and its spectacular fall migration.
Located in Lawrence, Kansas - about 245 miles away
Milkweed Market
Monarch Watch
The Milkweed Market is provided by Monarch Watch, a nonprofit education, conservation, and research program based at the University of Kansas that focuses on the monarch butterfly, its habitat, and its spectacular fall migration.
Located in Lawrence, Kansas - about 245 miles away
Mid-America Monarch Conservation Strategy
Mid-America Monarch Conservation Strategy is designed to facilitate cohesive, coordinated, and effective conservation actions needed to sustain the eastern population of the monarch butterfly, including restoring, enhancing, and protecting habitat, and providing information, education, and conservation engagement opportunities to interested citizens.
Located in Rhinelander, Wisconsin - about 453 miles away
The Pollinator Partnership
The Pollinator Partnership is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization-- the largest organization in the world dedicated exclusively to the protection and promotion of pollinators and their ecosystems.
Located in San Francisco, California - about 1368 miles away
Nebraska Monarch and Pollinator Initiative
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
Communities, organizations, and individuals working together for monarch and pollinator conservation. Goals of this organization • To set goals for monarch and pollinator restoration that will include strengthening existing work, identifying information gaps, and prioritizing action.
Located in Lincoln, Nebraska - about 98 miles away
Rainwater Basin Joint Venture
Joint Venture Coordinator - Andy Bishop
In the wetlands of the Rainwater Basin and across Nebraska’s mixed-grass prairies, Rainwater Basin Joint Venture partners achieve habitat conservation through cooperation and sound science.
Located in Grand Island, Nebraska - about 108 miles away
Monarch Flyway
Monarch Flyway seeks to protect and establish Monarch habitat by developing products based on sustainably grown and harvested milkweed raw materials.
Located in Ogallala, Nebraska - about 248 miles away
Upper Mississippi River and Great Lakes Region Joint Venture
The mission of the Upper Mississippi River and Great Lakes Region Joint Venture (UMGL JV) is to deliver the full spectrum of bird conservation through regionally based, biologically driven, landscape-oriented partnerships.
Located in Bloomington, Minnesota - about 263 miles away
Great Plains Institute for Sustainable Development
Communications Director - Gail Nosek
Throughout the last 20 years GPI cultivated and honed the roadmap for achieving a better energy system. By bringing the right people to the table, finding the best technologies, and stimulating the necessary markets we can: Increase energy efficiency and productivity Decarbonize electricity production Electrify the economy and otherwise adopt zero- and low-carbon fuels Capture carbon for beneficial use and permanent storage At the Great Plains Institute, we work across 35 states in five key parts of the energy system: Carbon Management We are leading regional and national efforts with gove
Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota - about 271 miles away
Monarch Joint Venture
The Monarch Joint Venture (MJV) is a partnership of federal and state agencies, non-governmental organizations, businesses and academic programs working together to protect the monarch migration across the United States.
Located in St. Paul, Minnesota - about 273 miles away
Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program
Monarch Joint Venture
The Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program (IMMP) is a national initiative to track monarchs and their habitats across their North American breeding range in order to better understand habitat availability, quality, and use by monarchs.
Located in St. Paul, Minnesota - about 273 miles away
Pheasants Forever
Pheasants Forever provides the most efficient conservation model of any organization. PF's unique model empowers local chapters with the responsibility to determine how 100 percent of their locally-raised conservation funds will be spent.
Located in St Paul, Minnesota - about 284 miles away
Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation
Through and with our chapters, members and sponsors, maximize the recovery and restoration of the wild quail and other upland species through critical habitat management using sound science, with technology, and old fashioned sweat equity.
Located in Buffalo, Missouri - about 379 miles away
Monarch Larva Monitoring Project
The Monarch Larva Monitoring Project (MLMP) is a citizen science project involving volunteers from across the United States and Canada in monarch research
Located in Madison, Wisconsin - about 395 miles away
Journey North
Report your sightings each fall and spring as the monarchs travel to and from Mexico. Track migration on real-time migration maps and follow the migration news.
Located in Madison, Wisconsin - about 395 miles away
Prairie Partners Program
Executive Director, Administration - Tammy VerCauteren
Prairie Partners is a program designed by the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory to conserve prairie birds and the habitat they depend upon. Over 70% of the Great Plains is privately owned.
Located in Fort Collins, Colorado - about 427 miles away
Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
Mission and Vision Founded in 1988, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies (formerly Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory) conserves birds and their habitats through an integrated approach of science, education and land stewardship.
Located in Brighton, Colorado - about 427 miles away
Partnership of Rangeland Trusts
PORT is an alliance of agricultural-focused conservation organizations dedicated to preserving America's working farms and ranches and conserving productive agricultural lands.
Located in Arvada, Colorado - about 447 miles away
Executive Director - Steve Jester
In 2006,the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Montana Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program was granted an Innovations in American Government Award for community-based conservation in partnership with the Blackfoot Challenge, a watershed group in the Blackfoot watershed of western Montana.
Located in Pueblo, Colorado - about 479 miles away
Project Monarch Health
Monarch Health is a citizen science project in which volunteers sample wild monarch butterflies to help track the spread of a protozoan parasite across North America.
Located in Athens, Georgia - about 939 miles away
National Wild Turkey Federation
The NWTF is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of the wild turkey and the preservation of the hunting tradition.
Located in Edgefield, South Carolina - about 1013 miles away
Parks for Pollinators
National Recreation and Park Association
Parks for Pollinators is a national campaign focused on raising public awareness of the current pollinator crisis by encouraging local action and positioning parks as a national leader in advancing pollinator health.
Located in Ashburn, Virginia - about 1050 miles away
Monarch Butterfly and Pollinators Conservation Fund
The Monarch Butterfly and Pollinators Conservation Fund supports work that advances the conservation of the monarch butterfly and other at-risk native insect pollinators.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1077 miles away
Family Farm Alliance
The Family Farm Alliance is a powerful advocate for family farmers, ranchers, irrigation districts, and allied industries in seventeen Western states.
Located in Klamath Falls, Oregon - about 1263 miles away
Bee City USA
An Initiative of the Xerces Society
Bee City USA® and Bee Campus USA work to galvanize communities to sustain pollinators, in particular the more than 3,600 species of native bees in this country, by increasing the abundance of native plants, providing nest sites, and reducing the use of pesticides.
Located in Portland, Oregon - about 1287 miles away
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