Pollinator Pathway promotes native plant landscapes and works to connect public parks and private land to create a continuous corridor of pollinator-friendly habitat.
Even the smallest green spaces, home gardens and median strips can be part of the Pollinator Pathway.
Pollinator Pathway's roots in Licking County
Licking Land Trust | The Dawes Arboretum | Licking Park District | Denison University | The Ohio State University Newark | Granville Public Library | Sanctuary Garden at Newark High School | Licking Soil & Water Conservation District | Granville Schools Sustainability Project | Ace of Clubs 4-H | Otterbein Granville | 1500 Trees | Grange Insurance Audubon Center | Licking County Master Gardener Volunteers | Wild Ones Columbus
Watch one of author Doug Tallamy's talks that inspired the Licking County Pollinator Pathway.
View this beautiful and interactive overview of the impact of Pollinator Pathway communities.
Connecting natural corridors for pollinators & other wildlife to survive & thrive
"Listening to Dr. Tallamy was life changing. If we all plant even a small plot with native plants, we can completely change the trajectory for our pollinators–changing from a path towards extinction, to a path of survival. To enhance life for our pollinators is to enhance our future."
-Zak, Newark High School student