The Northampton Pollinator Pathway will soon be winding its way through the City's neighborhoods. The pilot will use flower, shrub, and tree 

species that are preferred by at-risk

pollinators from the area, assembled

into five planting designs created

by Landscape Interactions.


We have expanded pollinator habitat and protection across Massachusetts.

Donations and sponsorships helped

raise money to hire Rosemary Malfi, our new Network Coordinator to do the vital work of providing central resources and

facilitating collaborative projects.

We can create pathways to help pollinators be more resilient to pollution, development, and climate change.  These pathways also:

  • improve habitat connectivity 

  • attract a greater diversity of
    species, and

  • help pollinators forage
    more easily

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If you have created pollinator habitat,

join the movement to create 1,001 gardens 

in Western Mass that support pollinators. 


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