If your school or non-profit educational organization is interested in this conservation measure, we can help you create a habitat for monarchs and pollinators. Please apply using this form: biosurvey.ku.edu/2017-application-free-milkweed-nonprofits-and-schools Who will be considered for free milkweeds? Applicants that demonstrate the following will be given higher rankings: Schools will be given highest priority and will be reviewed first Informal education groups will be given second-highest priority Educational goals of garden clearly described A clear, long-term maintenance plan for the garden space Adequate space (>100 square feet) and light (>6 hrs per day) Spring/Summer/Fall nectar sources existing or to be added in addition to milkweed Administrative support – Demonstrate in writing that landscape crews will not pull the plants or re-purpose the space in the foreseeable future – Recognizes the value of monarch and pollinator habitat. You will commit to sending an evaluation of the garden success and spring/summer/fall photos of the planting and maintenance of the garden – We will send a survey in the Fall for photo submissions and garden evaluations All application materials must be complete prior to review by Monarch Watch