Ardsley Pollinator Pathway

Making significant change, one yard at a time.

Upcoming Events:

May 21 (Rain Date May 22): Planting the Hart's Brook Park and Preserve Monarch Butterfly Garden

Thanks to the Town of Greenburgh, Hart's Brook Park and Preserve, and a generous grant from Bronx River/Sound Shore Audubon, we are installing a Pollinator garden at Hart's Brook Prk - also on Ardsley's border. The native plants selected are super tough and carefree and can easily survive neglect and compete against weeds. Register here.

June 4 (Rain Date June 5), 1 - 4 pm: Second Annual Ardsley Pollinator and Vegetable Open Gardens

Mark your calendars! Come and see pollinator and vegetable gardens in Ardsley. Meet the gardeners, enjoy the gardens, be inspired, and ask questions. Garden description and map can be found here.


The May 2022 Cross Pollination Newsletter is here!


Plant Sales/Free Plants:

Free Milkweed Seeds are available through Please plant at least one milkweed variety for our Monarchs in your garden. Your free seeds will need to be cold stratified to germinate - it is easy! Just follow these directions.



Free garden consults are available to those wishing to support pollinators, birds, and our ecosystem in their yards. To request your free garden consult, email us.

  • Join the Ardsley Pollinator Pathway

We're making substantial change, one yard at a time. Join our distribution list.

Our Mission

The Ardsley Pollinator Pathway Project's mission is to raise awareness, educate, and encourage the participation of Ardsley’s residents, businesses, government, and other organizations in the creation and maintenance of healthy pollinator habitats in the Village of Ardsley.

The world’s community of pollinators is in crisis.

  • One in four native bee species are facing extinction.

  • There are significant declines in other pollinator populations as well, which include beetles, ants, birds, moths, butterflies, flies, gnats, and small mammals, such as bats.

  • Pollinators are responsible for the reproduction of 80-95% of plant species on earth.

There are numerous causes for this decline, with habitat loss and pesticide use at the top.

Conservation techniques work! When homeowners, governmental agencies and private businesses commit to expanding pollinator-friendly, pesticide-free habitats, we will change the future for pollinators and secure our own. We encourage your home to become a node on a path through Ardsley!

No effort is too small! We need your help. They need your help.

Ardsley Pollinator Pathway Map

View our growing pathway that will connect us with other communities. Add your own pollinator garden to the map. Click on the purple flower pins to learn more about each steppingstone in our pathway.

Visit the Ardsley CAN by 2030! website to learn more about how you can easily reduce your carbon footprint and make small changes to act sustainably.