Establish a Monarch Waystation Volunteer Service Project

  • Tuesday, May 24, 2016
  • 5:00 PM
  • National Conservation Training Center


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What: 10th Anniversary Volunteer Service Project: Establish a Monarch Butterfly Waystation

Where: National Conservation Training Center

When: Tuesday, May 24 at 5:00 PM  (Saturday May 28 at 8:00 AM as an alternate date)

Registration Required by Friday, May 20

Questions - contact Clark Dixon at

A spring volunteer service project is scheduled at the National Conservation Training Center (NCTC). 

The date is Tuesday, May 24 with an alternate date on Saturday, May 28.  

Volunteers will meet at the entry/guard station at 5 pm on May 24 (or if postponed until the 28th, meet at 8 am on May 28)

 PVAS members as well as Master Naturalists and current Master Naturalist students are encouraged to register.  

This activity is considered a 10th Anniversary Service Project for Master Naturalists. 

Volunteers will establish a Monarch Butterfly Waystation on the NCTC campus.

Monarch Butterfly Waystations are needed as (critical) resting places and for restoring energy as they make their long fall journey from North America south to Mexico.  

All participants are required to register to be placed on the volunteer list to get through security at NCTC.  

The work crew will number no more than 12 volunteers so please register as soon as possible if you are interested in helping with this project. 

Hours worked will count toward Master Naturalist service hours.  

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