Tell Local Leaders to Take the Pledge for Monarchs

Monarchs roosting

Both the Eastern and Western migratory monarch populations have declined by more than 90% in recent years. The future of the monarch butterfly depends on local efforts to plant and restore native milkweed and nectar plants in home landscapes, public spaces, towns, and cities. Your local leaders can help by joining a network of hundreds of U.S. cities and communities that are investing in habitat restoration, community science, environmental education, and local policy change to benefit monarch butterflies.

Imagine the impact if every city and town across the U.S. took local action to expand quality monarch habitat across the monarch’s vital breeding areas, we could give monarchs a fighting chance!

Send a message to your local leaders, encouraging them to take the Mayors’ Monarch Pledge and commit to monarch conservation.

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