TAKE A TOUR TO SEE THOUSANDS OF LIVE BUTTERFLIES AND GET A SNEAK PEAK BEHIND THE SCENES AT OKLAHOMA'S ONLY REAL WORKING BUTTERFLY FARM

Our combination of thousands of gorgeous live butterflies, Native American history and spectacular natural beauty will make your visit to the Euchee Butterfly Farm unique and unforgettable.

 

Each guided tour includes:

  • A visit to our outdoor walk-through butterfly aviary with native plant landscaping and over 1000 live butterflies (open May through October). 

  • A visit to our indoor walk-through tropical butterfly aviary with vaulted 18-foot ceiling, palm trees and over 500 live butterflies (open year-round).

  • The opportunity to see and learn about our 12-acre magnificent native prairie -- the last true original prairie remnant in Tulsa County.

  • 1.6 miles of nature trails for an up close peek at the many wild creatures that make the farm their home. 

  • Behind-the-scenes tour to discover how the butterflies are raised at the farm and find out what it takes to become a butterfly farmer.

  • Exclusive tour of our greenhouses where we raise over 20,000 milkweed and native plants for monarch habitat restoration on tribal land, including a stop by our native plant seed bank -- the only one its kind in our region.

  • Access to our pollinator planting demonstration gardens and native stone picnic area.

CONSERVATION. CULTURAL PRESERVATION. SUSTAINABILITY.

Conservation.  Cultural preservation.  Sustainability.  These are the three core values that the Euchee Butterfly Farm was founded on.  We’re honored to have you join us as we uphold Neosho's legacy and we are truly grateful for your support of our mission.

All butterflies at the Euchee Butterfly Farm are raised by the Natives Raising Natives Project, which provides tribal members from the Muscogee (Creek) Nation with the necessary training, supplies and technical support to become butterfly farmers. 

 

The Natives Raising Natives Project has three goals: 

  • Create sustainable economic development for Native people in rural Oklahoma

  • Provide a hands-on science learning opportunity for Native youth

  • Raise awareness of the need to conserve ecosystems of native butterflies and other threatened pollinators.

 

For more details about our work supporting monarch conservation, youth education and habitat restoration on tribal land and to find out how your help can make a difference, please go to the website of our sister organization, The Learning Center at the Euchee Butterfly Farm, a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of Native people, plants and pollinators since 2013 through innovative community-based programs.  

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CREATING SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR TRIBAL MEMBERS

This is the first and only program in the United States to teach butterfly farming to tribal members.  It provides a unique opportunity to create sustainable, environmentally friendly economic development in rural areas lacking traditional employment opportunities.  

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