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Plant a Pollinator Garden

Plant a wide variety of native plants that bloom from early spring into late fall. Refer to recommended plant list - Native Pollinator Plants

Rethink your Lawn

  • leave the clippings on the grass as fertilizer rather than adding chemical

  • consider the use of slow-release organic fertilizers if you fertilize

  • plant native plants (they attract beneficial insects that get rid of pests)

  • no need for pesticides! this means a healthy lawn for your children and pets too!

  • leave some leaves in beds for overwintering insects, mow the rest and leave them to help fertilize lawn

Use Safe Pesticide Methods

There are many alternative methods to tackle pesticide challenges.  Visit our Protect our Pollinators for more information.  

Participate! Join us in planting pollinator gardens in your area

The Pollinator Pathway is growning!  Community planting events are ongoing.  Sign-up for more information and come out to help plant.  

Steps to Starting A Pathway In Your Town.

Pollinator Pathway has joined forces with the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge  which has surpassed its goal of registering a million gardens and landscapes to support pollinators, and is still growing! Add your home gardens as well as any town gardens, containers, or meadows along the Pollinator Pathway.


When you register, choose Pollinator Pathway as your referring organization,

so we can keep track of the growth of our pathway. \

And spread the word!

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