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. 
     

Email us at info@pollinator-pathway.org and include the address of the property you would like to add.  

Towns Along the Pollinator Pathway

Click on your town to see its page.

If your town doesn't have a page yet, contact the steering committee at info@pollinator-pathway.org, and we can connect you to your town's organizers.

If you don't see your town here and want to get involved, contact us.

Connecticut

Avon

Berlin

Bethel

Branford

Bridgeport

Brookfield

Canton

Cheshire

Danbury

Darien

Durham

Easton

Essex
Fairfield

Farmington

Glastonbury

Greenwich

Guilford

Hamden

Hebron

Kensington

Kent

Madison

Milford

Monroe

New Canaan

New Fairfield

New Haven

New London

Newtown

North Branford

Norwalk

Old Greenwich

Redding

Ridgefield

Riverside

Roxbury

Sherman

Simsbury

Southbury

Southington

Southport

Stamford

Storrs/Mansfield

Stratford

Taftville

Trumbull

Wallingford

West Haven

Weston

Westport

Wilton

Windsor

Woodbury

Woodstock

New York

Ardsley

Armonk

Bedford

Brewster

Chappaqua & New Castle

Croton on Hudson

Dobbs Ferry

Hastings-on- Hudson 

Fishkill

Irvington

Katonah

Lewisboro

Mamaroneck

Mount Kisco

Mount Pleasant

North Salem

Nyack

Pleasantville

Pound Ridge

Port Chester

Putnam County

Rhinebeck

Rye

Sleepy Hollow

Somers

South Salem

Tarrytown

Teatown

West Nyack

White Plains

Woodstock

Yonkers

Yorktown Heights