The first pathway in Seattle
An educational opportunity
Everybody can participate
Use existing or customized signage
What is a Pollinator Pathway?
A pollinator pathway is an ecological and social project with the goal to connect existing isolated green spaces and create a more hospitable environment for pollinators. The first pollinator pathway was created in Seattle, founded by the artist and designer Sarah Bergmann. Today, the Pollinator Pathways, Pollinator Parkways, Bee Cities and other similar pollinator programs, have become an international success, and are introducing homeowners all over the world to the conservation potential of their backyards and communities. The pathways can be initiated by individuals, municipalities and organizations. If you are interested in inviting pollinators to your yard or to your neighborhood, or if you are interested in initiating a pollinator project, we advise you to connect with one of the following organizations: