Pollinator Webinar Series (Previously known as Monarch Butterfly Curriculum Series)This webinar series is for educators (both formal and non-formal) to learn about various monarch curriculum and to choose one or more that meet their needs and implement it.
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Monarch Butterfly Curriculum Webinar Descriptions
Since 2015, Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge’s “People for Pollinators” program has used native plants and pollinators to reach new audiences. Join Patrick Bryant as he highlights successful ways you and your partners can work together to make pollinator habitat fun and relevant.
Talking about the Magnificent Monarch (00:28:05)
On April 11th, Tabbi Kinion, Statewide Education Coordinator from Colorado Parks and Wildlife, explored the latest addition to the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA) Conservation Education Strategy Toolkit. Teaching about the Magnificent Monarch: Resource Recommendations for Conservation Educators. This guide will help you and your audiences find and use the best-available resources.
Presented by NCTC’s Pollinator Coordinator, Tracy McCleaf (FWS). During this webinar, Tracy gives an overview of Monarch Biology. March 25, 2015
Presented by Sarah Weaver, Monarchs in the Classroom Community Program Specialist at the University of Minnesota Fisheries/Wildlife/Conservation Biology. During this webinar, Sarah gives an overview of Monarchs in the Classroom. April 1, 2015
Presented by Kristy Liercke (Prince William Network) and Tamberly Conway (U.S Forest Service).
During this webinar, Kristy and Tamberly present about MonarchLIVE! August 25, 2015
Presented by Elizabeth Howard (Journey North). During this webinar, Elizabeth gives an overview of Journey North.
September 1, 2015.
Webinar Five - Monarch Lab (00:57:12)
Presented by Sarah Weaver, Monarch Lab Program Specialist at University of Minnesota. During this presentation, Sarah offers some tips on tailoring resources for a variety of audiences. November 2017.