Niagara 2014 butterfly specimensTeaching & Learning with Monarch Butterflies: an immersive workshop exploring the science of the Monarch butterfly through a lens of conservation education. 

Discover the incredible story of the Monarch butterfly and find out what you can do to help protect this iconic and imperiled species. Our hands-on workshop invites participants to learn about the Monarch's life cycle, migration and habitat requirements, and develop the necessary skills to bring Monarchs into any educational environment.

Delivered by experts from the Monarch Teacher Network of Canada, participants will build their confidence to work with Monarchs through rigorous and comprehensive training. Topics include:


2017 Workshops for Teaching & Learning with Monarch Butterflies

April 21 | Niagara Falls, ON

July 25 | Peterborough, ON

July 29 | Milton, ON

August 4 | Midland, ON

August 17 | Caledon, ON

August 18 | Caledon, ON


For more information on our workshop policies, please visit our FAQ page.



  Sponsors and Partners
Monarch Teacher 

Network The 

W.Farfield Weston FoundationThe Living City FoundationToronto and Region Conservation