Teaching & Learning with Monarch Butterflies | Milton, ON

Saturday July 29, 2017 - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Milton, ON

Welcome to the Teaching & Learning with Monarch Butterflies workshop, proudly offered by the Monarch Teacher Network of Canada and Conservation Halton.

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About this Workshop

This immersive workshop has been designed to give participants the knowledge, skills, and resources to create outstanding learning experiences for their students, nature clubs, and community.

Delivered by experts from the Monarch Teacher Network of Canada, participants will learn about the life cycle, migration and habitat requirements of the Monarch butterfly. Training on appropriate handling and care protocols, tagging and tracking of migrating Monarchs and ethical considerations related to species conservation will also be covered. 


The Gathering Place
Crawford Lake Conservation Area
3115 Conservation Road
Milton, ON L9T 2X3


Registration Fee

The registration fee is $100 + HST, and includes:

Cancellation Policy

All workshops require a minimum number of participants to run. As well, unforeseen circumstances, such as weather events, could force the cancellation of a workshop. Monarch Teacher Network of Canada reserves the right to reschedule or cancel a workshop. As such, we strongly recommend that any travel and accommodation arrangements that you make include a flexible cancellation policy. 

We strive to let participants know if a workshop has to be rescheduled or cancelled at least 48 hours or two business days before the event. If MTN of C must cancel a workshop, we will gladly refund all cleared registration fees as quickly as possible, or, if you prefer, we can transfer your registration fee to another workshop.

About Conservation Halton

Conservation Halton works to protect, restore and manage natural resources in your watershed from lake to escarpment. Our vision is to sustain a healthy watershed with clean streams, vigorous forests, abundant green space and balanced growth that results in strong livable communities.

Spanning 1,000 Sq. Km of land, 17 flowing creeks, approximately 26 km of Lake Ontario shoreline, extensive forest cover and 80 kilometres of Ontario's Niagara Escarpment, our mandate is to create avenues for sustainable synergy between the natural world we live in and the 450,000 residents that make up the Halton watershed.

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  Sponsors and Partners
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W.Farfield Weston FoundationThe Living City FoundationToronto and Region Conservation