Regional Programs & News

Creating Migratory Paths & Increasing Pollinator Plant Capacity

From public park to parkway median to home garden, each pollinator-friendly green space contributes to a larger pathway that supports the essential migration and habitats of our pollinators.

Organizations Fighting for Our Pollinators

Getting more gardens going in Ardsley amplifies efforts regionally.

The Original Postmodern Pollinator Pathway Concept - based in Seattle - originating in Connecticut

H2H: Hudson to the Housatonic. - works in Fairfield, Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester counties

NY State Pollinator Protection Plan - guidelines from DEC

Xerces Pollinator Protection Program - a national organization

Pollinator Gardens & Pathways in the News

How and Why to Use Native Plants (New York Times, 2020)

Food For Thought: The Pollinator Pathway (Edible Nutmeg, 2020)

The Insect Apocalypse is Here (New York Times, 2018)

People Across Connecticut are Creating a Pollinator Pathway for Bees and Butterflies (CT Magazine, 8.20.20)

Great and informative local resources

These are great resources for more information and guidance - and they're local! They offer resource sheets, guides, classes and more

The Irvington Pollinator Pathway Living Classroom series recorded seminars:

The Westchester Native Plant Center at WCC

Healthy Yards

Leave Leaves Alone

Westchester Land Trust