Are you committed to long-term conservation and habitat management for monarchs, rusty patched bumble bees, and other native pollinators? Are you interested in participating in a collaborative landscape level effort to save our vital pollinators and the native habitat they depend on?
If so, please fill out our preliminary survey to apply for program participation.
Project Wingspan is looking to identify habitat areas on public, private, tribal, and working lands throughout AR, IL, IN, MI, MN, MO, OH, PA, and WI. Through this survey, sites can be registered for program participation and once vetted, some sites will be selected to receive native plant material awards to support habitat creation and enhancement projects.
1. If you entered a habitat area through the 2017-2018 Monarch Wings Across Eastern Broadleaf Forest survey or the 2019 Project Wingspan survey - Thank you! Please Do Not Duplicate those acreage entries here. However, if you have added new pollinator habitat acreage to the previously registered habitat, we'd love to get that new habitat information added to the survey and we welcome you to submit those new areas into the online form!
2. Habitat areas need to be a MINIMUM of 1 (one) acre in size to enter the survey, with the following exceptions:
Collaborative community entries may be possible under the umbrella of a single collective group where all participants are committed to long-term habitat management. Please contact Elizzabeth Kaufman (email@example.com) directly for additional information.
SCHOOLS and Educational Centers with less than an acre available may still be eligible for native plant material awards for demonstration habitat areas through obtaining a recommendation from a participating program partner, (see Project Wingspan home page for listed core and satellite partners).