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Protect Our Pollinators is a nonprofit organization devoted to public education and to the conservation of pollinators and their habitats based in Newtown, CT.

The term Pollinator Pathway was first used by Sarah Bergmann from Seattle Washington for her participatory art, design and ecology initiative with the goal of connecting existing isolated green spaces to create “a more hospitable urban environment for pollinators like bees with a system of ecological corridors of flowering plants.”

The Xerces society has worked to protect invertebrates and their habitats since 1971. 

Pollinator Information from the CT Agricultural Experiment Station.

The CAES has been a critical partner to the Pollinator Pathway in the northeast region, creating plant lists and answering members questions about how best  to support pollinators.

Wild Seed Project works to increase the use of native plants in all landscape settings in order to conserve biodiversity, encourage plant adaptation in the face of climate change, safeguard wildlife habitat, and create pollination and migration corridors for insects and birds.

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Aspetuck Land Trust's Green Corridor connects pollinator habitat across 40,000 acres in 6 CT towns: Westport, Fairfield, Easton, Weston and sections of Wilton and Redding. Here's how to join.