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Monarchs Across Georgia (MAG) is a committee of the Environmental Education Alliance.  MAG works together with teachers, students, families, communities, businesses and others to study Monarch butterflies and restore butterfly habitat across the state. Its mission is to inspire future caretakers of the natural environment by educating about monarch butterflies and other pollinators.


Calling All Butterfly Enthusiasts!

Fernbank Science Center, in partnership with Monarch Watch, is collecting native Georgia milkweed seeds in order to replant the habitat of monarch butterflies.  They need your help to collect WILD milkweed seeds (not from your home garden).  Click here for more information on where to send your seeds.

Milkweeds are currently producing seed pods. Now is the time to collect! 


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Do you know of an individual or organization that has made an extraordinary contribution in the field of monarch education, conservation, or habitat restoration this year?  Monarchs Across Georgia is looking for some outstanding volunteers for the 2014 Service Award!

Go to the MAG Service Award form to submit your nomination.  The nomination deadline is Jan. 9, 2015.
A donation to the Monarch Butterfly Fund will be made in the name of the award recipient.


pollinator habitat

We are proud to announce that six $1000.00 Pollinator Habitat Grants are now available!

The application process is now open.
Click on the logo above for more details.
The application deadline is November 15, 2014.

Asclepias tuberosa

Looking for milkweed? CLICK HERE for a list of nurseries that sell milkweed!

  Monarchs Across Georgia will be selling milkweed (Asclepius incarnata and Asclepius syriaca) at the Georgia Naturalist Rally! For more details, visit the EVENTS page.

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