Common Monarch Habitat Management Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

By Rei Scampavia Western populations of Monarch butterflies overwinter in groves of trees, such as eucalyptus, along the Pacific Coast (Photo credit: Marisa Ishimatsu) With its distinctive bright orange and black wings, the monarch butterfly is one of the most well-studied, charismatic, and culturally significant insects native to North America. These iconic butterflies migrate each … Continue Reading »

WRA Resilience Experts Presenting at the 2021 Colorado Wildland Fire Conference

WRA is proud to sponsor the 2021 Colorado Wildland Fire Conference in Grand Junction, Colorado the week of  September 20–23. This year’s event will focus on  “Moving Forward in Evolving Wildfire Landscapes” and will bring together individuals and organizations with a focus on reducing community vulnerability to wildfire.  Two WRA experts are presenting at this … Continue Reading »

WRA Restoration Experts Presenting at SERCAL 2021!

WRA is proud to sponsor the 2021 SERCAL conference, which will encompass online technical sessions and panels throughout the week of  September 13–17, 2021. This year’s conference theme is Restoration in our Backyard. Two WRA experts are presenting at this year’s conference: Wetlands Session Panel: Cutting Green Tape, An Introduction Permitting Small Habitat Restoration Projects … Continue Reading »