The California Milkweed Highway, our AgTech solution, consists of nine habitats that will protect the Monarch Butterfly and cultivate the only food their baby caterpillars will eat....Milkweed.
With your help we will break ground in Summer 2021!
"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." -- African proverb
Only 150,000 Monarch Butterflies are left. Help us save them. With our habitats and your contributions, we will double the Monarch Butterfly population in the next 3 years.
Help us take action and build the California Milkweed Highway to stop the extinction of the Monarch Butterfly and be a part of our sustainable AgTech solution.
Disorganized non-profits do not drive innovation. To solve this problem, we need a large-scale, commercial solution.
Together, we CAN save the Monarch Butterflies. Every contribution brings us closer to making a real impact. Please help us revitalize this vulnerable and vital pollinator.
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Save The Monarch, Save The World
You may be saying to yourself, "this is pie-in-the-sky thinking"...
We know. And you wouldn't be wrong.
The fact is, if WE don't do it... who will? If we do not save the Monarch Butterfly now, they may become extinct as soon as 2030!
Our goal is to stop the extinction of the Monarch Butterfly. Our plan is to build the California Milkweed Highway which will consist of 9 Monarch habitats / Milkweed Farms along the existing Monarch migration path. These habitats will be self-sustaining and create a “pollinator network” that will run the length of California.
Break Ground on First Habitat
This phase is to acquire the appropriate land, and begin the initial build of our first habitat, the CMH Headquarters. Funds will be used to build green houses and basic infrastructure.
Our 2nd phase of fund raising will be used to further develop proprietary growing methods and to construct the civil and mechanical needs of a self-sufficient habitat.
Energy Self-Sufficient Build
Our 3rd and final phase will be to finalize butterfly habitat and education centers, implement milkweed farm design elements and to build out solar, wind, and hydro power sources.