Monarch populations have decreased precipitously since the late 1980’s. Beginning in 2014, the US the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has focused work on several fronts to define threats and strategies to minimize the decline and reduce the risk of extirpation. In partnership with other agencies and organizations, this work led to the development of the The Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program (IMMP). The IMMP is a national program to collect milkweed, nectar plant, and monarch use data from a variety of land-use types and regions. This information is vital to shaping our understanding of how monarchs interact with their environment, documenting conservation efforts, and tracking the population and its habitat as they change over time.

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