Stamford Pollinator Pathway

 Stamford’s Pathway is being planned by town organizations such as the Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens, Cove Island Wildlife Sanctuary, Glenbrook Neighborhood Association, The Stamford Garden Club, Shippan Point Garden Club, and Stamford Downtown.  The goal is to collaborate with residents and landowners to promote and establish pollinator-friendly habitats to support sustainable food sources for butterflies, bees and birds in our neighborhoods and city.

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Battling Mosquitoes this Summer?

  • Mosquito control is key. Make sure there is no standing  water in your gutters, pot saucers, etc. Use Mosquito Dunks in bird baths & rain barrels.

  • Invite Dragonflies & Damselflies into your backyard

  • Install a Bat House. Learn about native CT species and how to build your own bat house here.

  • Visit our Facebook & Instagram pages for Doug Tallamy's recommendation for safe mosquito control in his book  'Nature's Best Hope'.

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Best Practices you can take to be on the Stamford Pollinator Pathway.

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Where to Buy Native Plants in


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Heritage Park, Stamford's  first official Pollinator Pathway!

Our Community Partners

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Continue to check back on Stamford’s Pollinator Pathway page for new items will be added regularly.