Protecting Butterfly Species
Butterfly Farming for Conservation
All butterflies are farmed and live out their natural lives after reproducing before being collected. According to a recent CNN report, butterfly farming creates local jobs in disadvantaged economic areas that does not require the removal of trees and natural habitat for growth crops or lumber which protects rainforest and species .
Butterfly farming projects around the world offer a way to protect butterfly species from their greatest threat which is deforestation and loss of natural habitats. While the average life span of a butterfly is only a couple weeks, rather than going back to the ground like a fallen leaf, their colors and beauty can be preserved indefinitly for our enjoyment.
A portion of every sale goes to support butterfly farmers around the world.