Kerr Center’s David Redhage is quoted in this recent article about the status of pollinators in Oklahoma.
A Paucity of Pollinators in Oklahoma This Season?
Monarch Watch is providing free milkweed seedlings to schools and non-profits, as well as for large-scale restoration projects.
Okies for Monarchs is featured in a new short video documentary about monarch conservation in Oklahoma. Watch, learn, and plant milkweed!
The eastern monarch population declined 26% from last year to 2.10 hectares, while scientists estimate that at least 6 hectares are needed to sustain the population.
Agroforestry practices could double the number of insect pollinators helping farmers produce food, new research has demonstrated.
Deadlines are quickly approaching for a USDA-NRCS program that can help Oklahoma farmers and ranchers manage their property for monarch butterfly habitat.