Greenwich Pollinator Pathway
Who Are We?
The Greenwich Pollinator Pathway is a collaboration of Community Gardens, Greenwich Conservation Commission, CT Audubon, Department of Public Works, Green Fingers, Green Schools, Audubon Greenwich, Greenwich Botanical Center, Greenwich Girl Scouts, Greenwich Land Trust, Greenwich Tree Conservancy, North Street School, Old Greenwich Garden Club, Parks and Recreation, Pollinator Potluck, Riverside Garden Club, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Troy Nursery, Maher and Greenwald Fine Gardens and numerous volunteers.
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Goals, Projects & Maps
Our goal is to create a corridor of contiguous pollinator-friendly properties which connect existing open spaces, stream corridors, forests, parks, private gardens and natural fields.
Basic Criteria for Creation of a Pollinator Pathway:
Connects large natural areas.
Addresses ecological and physical needs of the site.
Ensures proper plant density to suppress invasive species growth.
Uses predominantly native, hardy/drought-tolerant plants that meet pollinator requirements.
Maintains the areas pesticide/herbicide-free and uses predominantly organic soil amendments.
The First Mile-Long Pollinator Pathway in Greenwich
Pollinator Garden Certification Program and Mapping