Pollinator Pathway

Charlotte, Vermont

Welcome to the Charlotte Pollinator Pathway! We are building biodiverse habits at key public buildings, along historic roads, and in private gardens throughout our rural community. One of our goals is to create gardens that host and feed pollinators, birds, and wildlife throughout the year. The gardens complement the vast tracks of conserved wetland, woodland, and prairie in our town of 50.3 square miles.

Town Gardens

The Butterfly Garden at Quaker's Corners

The Pollinator Garden at Quaker's Corners began as an idea to bring back the Clouded Sulphur to Lewis Creek rd in Charlotte, Vermont. The garden resides on the corner of Roscoe rd and Lewis Creek rd on private property. This project is a collaboration between neighbors who are concerned about our local pollinator population. We established this garden together with the support of Ernie Pomeleau, Red Wagon Plants, and Ward Preston LLC. For more information on this garden visit: https://jgardensvt.blogspot.com/p/the-pollinator-garden-at-quakers-corners.html

The Pollinator Garden at Quaker's Corners

The Friendship Garden at Quaker's Corners is a pollinator garden on private property. This garden has been established within the remains of a Quaker Schoolhouse located at the corner of Roscoe and Lewis Creek Rd. The remains are simply a staircase and foundation. Within the foundation is a pollinator garden established by our small community. For a complete plant list visit: https://jgardensvt.blogspot.com/p/the-friendship-garden-at-quaker-corners.html

The Butterfly Garden at the Quinlan Covered Bridge

The Butterfly Garden at Quinlan Covered Bridge is designed to support butterflies and pollinators throughout their entire lifecycle. There are multiple host plants for eggs and larva and food essentials for adult butterflies, including some great annuals. Our community has transformed a barren patch of land at the intersection of Lewis Creek road into a pollinator paradise. This garden is located at the intersection where Lewis Creek runs under the well-known Quinlan Covered Bridge. Come stop by and smell the flowers! For frequent updates on this project and garden information follow this garden on Instagram: Jgardensvt and visit jgardens.blogspot.com

Write Julia at jgardensvt@gmail.com and get your garden listed today! Or click on the link below.

Our Partners

UVM Master Gardener, Charlotte Central School and Charlotte Town Library