Save Grasslands for Monarch Butterflies

Monarch

Monarch butterflies across the United States have experienced declines of as much as 85 to 99 percent since the 1980’s. For the eastern population, which accounts for the vast majority of all monarchs in the United States, science is showing that a driver of their decline is the loss of breeding grassland habitat in the upper Midwest. Grasslands in our heartland provide some of the largest remaining tracts of breeding habitat for monarchs.

Tell Congress to save vital grasslands for monarchs.

Tell your members of Congress to fully support and help pass the North American Grasslands Conservation Act.

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