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Conservation in a Changing World: Monarch Butterflies

September 14 | 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

West Bend Country Club · 5858 County Road Z, West Bend, WI 53095

CLCF welcomes Karen Oberhauser, Director of the UW-Madison Arboretum and Professor in the Department of Entomology at UW Madison. Karen and her students have conducted research on several aspects of monarch butterfly ecology and have authored over 100 papers on her research! Karen is passionate about the conservation of the world’s biodiversity and the conservation actions her projects promote between humans and the natural world.

Karen will describe the decline of the monarch butterfly and what we can do to help. She will discuss the biology of migratory monarchs and related monarch conservation efforts. Karen is a founding officer of the Monarch Butterfly Fund. In 2013, Karen received White House Champion of Change award for her work with Citizen Science.

Thank you for your interest, our capacity is full for this event. We hope to see you at the next CLCF event!

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This event is part of Wisconsin Land Trust Days. Learn more at HaveFunOutside.org.  

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West Bend County Club

5858 County Highway Z
West Bend, Wisconsin 53095 United States
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(262) 334-9541