Become a Michigan Butterfly Network Partner City!

This project would not be possible without the involvement of partner organizations across Michigan. The Michigan Butterfly Network is always looking to extend its reach within the state to gain a more accurate account of the butterfly populations. We welcome partner organizations across Michigan to join us in an effort to conserve our local butterfly populations.

Opportunities for partner organizations:

  • Advertise and publicize the Michigan Butterfly Network to attract and engage new volunteers in the region
  • Hold monitor training sessions for volunteers in the spring of every year using established Michigan Butterfly Network protocol
  • Work with volunteers to establish census routes and sites
  • Manage and communicate with volunteers
  • Participate in meetings, events, workshops, etc. for state-wide and regional collaborators
  • Submit data to the Michigan Butterfly Netowrk
  • View the full Regional Coordinator Description and contact Jennifer Meilinger with inquiries.

Helpful Resources for Partner Cities

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Training workshops are currently hosted in:

  • Kalamazoo – Kalamazoo Nature Center
  • Battle Creek – Binder Park Zoo
  • Ann Arbor – Ann Arbor Parks
  • Detroit – Detroit Zoo & Belle Isle Conservancy
  • Port Huron – Friends of the St. Clair River
  • Traverse City – Grass River Natural Area
  • Sawyer – Chikaming Open Lands
  • Oakland County – Oakland University
  • Northern Indiana – Blue Heron Ministries & Little River Wetlands Project
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