Monarch Butterflies: How Can We Help?

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Organizer: Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Posted by:Caroline

Monarch Butterflies: How Can We Help?

At the Museum | Fleischmann Auditorium

MAY 12, 2023 / 5:00 PM–7:30 PM

Presented by the City of Goleta and the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, this is a free event to provide information to the community on this important topic. Space is limited – RSVP today at to reserve your seat.

Join us as we gather to learn more about Monarch butterflies from the scientists working to help them. Brief presentations will be made on the following topics.

  • Monarch Overview and the Significance of Ellwood Mesa – Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
  • How Science and Technology Can Inform Habitat Improvements – Althouse & Meade, Creekside Science
  • Ellwood Mesa Stewardship – City of Goleta

Questions from the audience will follow the speakers. Afterward, stay and speak with the presenters and others working to manage natural resources in our region. Additional participants include the City’s Monarch habitat consultant team, Santa Barbara Audubon Society, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, and more.

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