P-IE SS: Recovering Monarch Butterfly Populations in North America: A Looming Challenge for Science, the Public, Industry and Legislators

Wednesday, November 19, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
Portland Ballroom 256 (Oregon Convention Center)
Organizer :
Myron Zalucki

1:30 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:30 PM
Host plants and migration success: A holistic approach
Stephen B. Malcolm, Western Michigan University
2:10 PM
Overwintering sites and monarch population decline
Lincoln Brower, Sweet Briar College ; Ernest Williams, Hamilton College
2:30 PM
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
Monarch conservation: US government agencies respond
Michael Rizo, USDA - Forest Service ; Mia Monroe, National Parks Service
3:40 PM
A monarch butterfly recovery plan
Chip Taylor, University of Kansas
4:00 PM
Landscape-level conservation for the monarch butterfly: How farmers and other large land managers can help save this iconic species
Scott Black, Xerces Society ; Sarina Jepsen, Xerces Society ; Brianna Borders, Xerces Society
4:20 PM
5:00 PM
Conservation and collaboration: The monarch joint venture and monarch citizen science
Karen Oberhauser, University of Minnesota ; Leslie Ries, University of Maryland ; Wendy Caldwell, Monarch Watch Joint Venture
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