Pollinator Pathway

NEW -April 2021- Greenwich Celebrated Earth Day by Becoming Pollinator Friendly Community

The Conservation Commission overseeing the Pollinator Pathway program was pleased with the Board of Selectman adapting a resolution proclaiming Greenwich a Pollinator Friendly Community. The endorsement coincided with the Earth Day, celebrated on April 22nd. 

Mission: Our goal is to create a corridor of contiguous pollinator-friendly properties, including open spaces in Greenwich and the adjacent private ones belonging to residents. Everyone in Greenwich should consider taking part in the Pollinator Pathway project since the bees and butterflies don't recognize the signs and only look for nectar! 

Greenwich Pollinator Pathway Webpage


Greenwich Pollinator Pathway in partnership with the Greenwich Conservation Commission,  collaborates with Greenwich Parks and Recreation, CT Audubon, Greenwich Land Trust, Green Fingers, Green Schools, Audubon Greenwich,  Greenwich Botanical Center, Greenwich Girl Scouts, Greenwich Tree Conservancy, Greenwich Department of Public Works, Sam Bridge Nursery, North Street School, Old Greenwich Garden Club, Pollinator Potluck, Riverside Garden Club, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Troy Nursery,  Maher and Greenwald Fine Gardens and numerous volunteers. 

Want more information?

Contact: Aleksandra Moch

Email: amoch@greenwichct.org or call (203) 622-6461

Tour of Pollinator Friendly Places in Greenwich

Town Hall Annex

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Pomerance Park

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North Street PP

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Cos Cob Library

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Town Hall

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Greenwich Point

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Greenwich Land Trust

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Greenwich Botanical Garden

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