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  • Are you open to the public?
    Only by appointment. We are a real working farm, dedicated to sustainably raising butterflies that provide education and promote pollinator habitat conservation. While the demands of this work don't allow us to accomodate drop in visitors, we encourage you to use this website to schedule a tour or book your next special event at the farm so that we can share our mission with you. Click HERE to schedule a tour.
  • How can I buy butterflies from you?
    If you are a zoo or butterfly exhibit that wants to set up a new client account with us, please send us an email at with the subject line "New Account Request" and we will send you a price and availability list. If you are interested in purchasing butterflies for a release or special event, please call (918) 364-9103 or email us at with a subject line of "Butterflies for an Event."
  • Is the Euchee Butterfly Farm helping to save the monarch butterfly?
    Yes! Conservation and habitat restoration are key parts of our mission. We are the home of the Learning Center at the Euchee Butterfly Farm, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that founded Tribal Environmental Action for Monarchs and Tribal Alliance for Pollinators, both of which have restored hundreds of acres of monarch habitat on tribal land in Oklahoma. For more information about these programs and to find out how you can help, please go to
  • How can I get in touch with you to find our more about Natives Raising Natives?
    Please email us at for more information about participating in or supporting the Natives Raising Natives Project.
  • Do you offer discounted tours for schools, nonprofits or tribal groups?"
    Yes, we are committed to making the Euchee Butterfly Farm accessible to everyone who shares our goals and wants to help with our mission. Please send an email request to us at to request information on tour discounts and tour scholarships.
  • Is your facility handicapped accessible?
    All of our buildings are handicapped accessible, but our outdoor paths are rustic and unpaved at this point in time.
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