Mayor's Milkweed for Monarchs

BRANSON, MO (Ozarks First) – Cities across the Midwest are taking the pledge to try and save the monarch butterfly, and Branson officially joined the list.

The “Mayor’s Milkweed Monarch” program is aimed at assisting the butterfly’s declining population which has dropped by nearly 90% over the last two decades.

"I don't want to tell the next generation, 'monarchs were beautiful but you'll never miss them because you've never seen one,'” says environmental specialist for the city of Branson, Mona Menezes. Full Story Here

Monarch Garden Sign

Map of the Spring/Fall Migration Route for Monarch Butterflies.

Monarch Map

Want to start your own Butterfly Garden?

You can get started by checking out our informational brochure and watching the video at the bottom of this page. Once you have your garden, you can register it on our Monarch Garden Map below and check out where others have started their own.

Milkweed for Monarch Brochure

I planted a Monarch Garden, how do I get a sign?

Thank you for participating. In order to receive a sign, please register your garden below on the Monarch Garden Map and then click on this Monarch Waystation sign for more information about obtaining one for your garden.
Monarch Garden Sign

City of Branson Monarch Garden Map (Register Here)

Learn more about Monarchs and what is being done to save them.

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