Learn about Greenwich’s own Pollinator Pathway, including local initiatives and the supporting pollinators that make it happen. Their goal is to create a corridor of contiguous pollinator-friendly properties that connect existing open spaces, stream corridors, forests, parks, private gardens, and natural fields.
Meet pollinators – Dan Brubaker, Greenwich Land Trust
Pesticide-free zones – Myra Klokenbrink
Local efforts – Aleksandra Moch, Conservation Commission
What can you do to help – Dr. Gregory Kramer, Park and Recreation
Panel: Keren DeWahl, Green Fingers; Dan Brubaker, Gregory Kramer, Aleksandra Moch
The Greenwich Pollinator Pathway group is a collaboration of Conservation Commission, Parks and Recreation, Department of Public Works, Green Fingers, Community Gardens, Green Schools, Audubon Greenwich, Greenwich Botanical Center, Girl Scouts, Land Trust, Tree Conservancy, Old Greenwich Garden Club, Pollinator Potluck, Riverside Garden Club, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Troy Nursery, Maher and Greenwald Fine Gardens, and numerous volunteers.