Join the Pollinator Pathway

I pledge to join the Pollinator Pathway, follow their guidance to provide food and habitat for pollinators and display the lawn sign prominently to influence my neighbors. Pollinator-friendly yards include: no synthetic pesticides and fertilizers; native, pollinator-friendly plants, shrubs and trees; reduced lawn area, and water sources. Visit https://www.pollinator-pathway.org/ to join, register your garden and obtain a sign.

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Wakeman Town Farm has teamed up with the the Westport Garden Club, the Westport Library and Earthplace to promote the Pollinator Pathway project in Westport. Wakeman Town Farm offers an abundance of free workshops to help you have a successful pollinator garden in your yard.

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