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Pollinator Pathway


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Welcome to Hampton's Pollinator Pathway.  Hampton's small Conservation Commission works tirelessly to promote our small town and all the environmental benefits it offers in the Northeast "Quiet Corner".  We work to encourage local efforts to showcase all we have to offer residents and visitors.  We work to maintain all our pollinator resources for bees, butterflies, and birds.

Hammond Hill Preserve

There are many naturally occurring native pollinator plants at the Preserve. There is a large patch of milkweed in the wet meadow. Some of the pollinator plants are Goldenrods, Ironweed, Joe Pye Weed  There is a good view of many of these a short distance from the entrance. There are others in the wet meadow, near the Little River. and the forested part of the property.  There are many more to be discovered as the Conservation Commission  works on the property.


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