Connect with The Northeast Pollinator-Pathway
Listing your project on the Northeast Pollinator Pathway Project makes it easy for others to find you.
Invite a speaker, or gather information yourself, and schedule a meeting/lecture to discuss the topic of pollinators in your community.
Ask your library, a local nursery or the town hall, if you can put up a display with information about pollinators.
Mayors Monarch Pledge
Ask your town leaders to participate in the Mayors Monarch Pledge
Create Signage and Materials to Hand out
Make a logo, a yard sign, or a car sticker to make your project visible. For information about sign makers and free templates contact us: email@example.com
Earth Day Festival
Organize an event or create a little festival with the pollinators as theme. Add music, plant sales, seed swap, information tables and kids crafts.
Plant or Seed Swap
Invite your neighbors for a plant and seed swap and give a workshop with information how to plant seeds in fall, winter and spring.
Locate an area for planting a small pollinator friendly garden display. Add an informative sign about the function of the garden.
Offer to volunteer at a local school and create a pollinator garden together with the students.
Invite your neighbors to your home and explain that you like to make your street a pollinator friendly area.
Obtain a map of your town (available at most town halls) and start coloring the pollinator friendly properties. Encourage your neighbors to change their yards into pollinator friendly properties, and add their properties on the map as well.
Bee City Certification
Connect with Xerces and turn your town a Bee City. Visit: www.beecityusa.org
Create a local social media platform, like a Facebook group, to update others about local activities and events.
Pollinator Pop Up
Invite the Pop Up tent form the Westchester Land Trust to lear all about pollinators
Use our Local Resources
To use our file with native and beneficial plant species for the Westchester Area: Click here >
To find Nurseries local and online, that sell native and beneficial plants: Click here >
To find Organizations that support pollinators and plant finders: Click here >