Norwalk Pollinator Pathway is growing!
Contact us at info@pollinator-pathway if you would like to join
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To These Norwalk Organizations for Supporting the Launch of the Pollinator Pathway
One Tree Planted
Norwalk Community College
Norwalk's Pathway is organized by Norwalk River Watershed Association, Norwalk Land Trust, Norwalk Garden Club, Rowayton Gardeners, Norwalk River Valley Trail, Tree Advisory Committee, Tree Alliance, the Norwalk Association of Silvermine Homeowners, and Harbor View & Village Creek Homeowners Associations.
This map was created to connect all of the Norwalk Land Trust properties and the Norwalk River Valley Trail system.
New Gardens & Trees
We have have on-going projects to add trees, shrubs and pollinator friendly perennials to Woodward Avenue Park and Oyster Shell Park, where we are also working to restore the park's gardens and riverbank. Watch the events page for future volunteer plantings and invasive removals. Join us!
Pollinator Pathway pathway partners, the Rowayton Gardeners, have put in a xeriscape garden at Bayley Beach--one that includes native plants and requires minimal waterings. Here is the plant list from their Bayley Beach xeriscape garden. More information on xeriscape here.
Add your property, a town garden, or a pesticide-free open space in your town to this map of private and public way-stations along the Pollinator Pathway.
The black and white butterfly logos mark residences that provide a food and shelter for pollinators.
The green and purple butterfly logos mark public gardens managed by volunteers
The blue pins mark protected open space that provides pesticide-free native habitat for wildlife, including pollinators.