The Pollinator Pathway is a grassroots movement of pollinator-friendly, native plant habitats and food sources for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other insects. The native plants oases are being planted along the old rail trails in CT and beyond (for high people traffic/high publicity areas). Since its inception in 2017 in both CT and New York, more than 85 towns have established Pollinator Pathways.
The Coalition has a need for enthusiastic volunteers for the Pollinator Pathway at Lock 12 on North Brooksvale Road in Cheshire. We will plant the main section of the garden this spring. We have a great base of dedicated volunteers, but would love to have you join us.
If you like weeding, gardening, collecting data on pollinators for general science info and education, interacting and talking with the public about native plants or pollinators, watering, or publicity -- you would be a great asset to the garden and the group.
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