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      Citizen Science Workshop: Monarch Larva Monitoring Project Training in Madison


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      June 9, 2019

      Sunday  12:00 PM

      1207 Seminole Highway
      Madison, Wisconsin 53711

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      Citizen Science Workshop: Monarch Larva Monitoring Project Training

      The Monarch Larva Monitoring Project (MLMP) is a national citizen science project. Learn about this charismatic species and how to get involved with research and conservation. Participants will learn about monarch biology, practice monitoring and data entry protocols, and become prepared to conduct monitoring at the Arboretum or in their community. Instructors: Karen Oberhauser, Arboretum director, and Jessica Ross, Arboretum citizen science coordinator.  Space limited, registration required by May 24. Workshop meets at the Visitor Center, which is 1 mile from the Seminole Highway entrance and 2.3 miles from the Mills Street entrance. Questions? Contact Jessica Ross, jnross4@wisc.edu.

      Categories: Education | Outdoors & Recreation | Science

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