What is happening? On April 6th we will discuss the dire plight of the
monarch and similar observations about other pollinators.
If you have a hankering to see some monarchs, as well as play on the coast,
consider attending the second ever Brookings Monarch Festival September 7th.
New discussion around controlled reaaring.
Medford Railroad Park installs new waystaion!
Largest single monarch habitat restoration event in the entire western US 2017!
Guide created by Thomas D. Landis and Suzie Savoie
The results of the Western Monarch Thanksgiving count
Another SOMA monarch goes the distance.
SOMA with help from The Water's Edge Community Church was able to plant another waystation.
Maximizing everything the Monarch needs to grow and prosper.
Getting local youth involved with SOMA Junior Division.
“The monarch is an iconic American insect that holds an important place in the ecological chain.
It has suffered a huge decline and warrants protection.” - David James, WSU entomologist.
Information on: Milkweed, Nectar Plants, Waystations and more.
Learn about SOMA and other Monarch events in our community.
SOMA and Monarch news.
Who are the Southern Oregon Monarch Advocates?