In 2018, Norwalk, Wilton and Ridgefield together with H2H set up the first Pollinator Pathways in Connecticut. Westchester is following their lead, and today we have 16 municipalities, and many individuals and organizations joining the Pollinator Pathways in Westchester. There are no rules for participation. Large nature preserves, regular backyards and even balconies and flowerpots, can help support pollinators, and be a piece of the Pollinator Pathways Project. We encourage everyone to work together and share experience, materials and tools. Many towns associate with H2H and the Westchester Land Trust. These organizations can help your municipality to create an actual map with consideration of exciting protected areas.