Pollinator Pathway

The Irvington Pollinator Pathway Project is a collaboration of the Greater Irvington Land Trust, the Green Policy Task Force, the Friends of the Irvington Library, the O’Hara Nature Center and a wide range of Irvington residents and land owners. Our mission is to (i) engage and educate our community about the relationship between pollinators and native plants, (ii) promote public awareness about the crucial role that pollinators play in sustaining our environment and supporting our food chain, and (iii) support efforts to preserve and protect both public and private open space throughout our Village.

We are working with a wide range of groups to develop pollinator-friendly gardens throughout the Village that support native plants and promote biodiversity. We have also established a Living Classroom Series, which invites in speakers to address topics of interest for the community.

Learn more about Pollinator Pathways and register your home at pollinator-pathway.org. See Irvington's list of Native Species from the Tree Commission.

For further information please contact: Chet Kerr at chetkerr@gmail.com

New Program: Aqueduct Pollinator Gardens

The Irvington Pollinator Pathway, as part of the larger Rivertowns Pollinator Project, is excited to announce a new program with the State of New York Parks Department that will allow adjacent landowners to create pollinator-friendly native plant gardens in the Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park. Please click the link below to get a copy of these Guidelines and the Aqueduct Pollinator Garden Permit form.

Guidelines and protocols that govern the creation of Pollinator Gardens along
Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park (OCA)
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Past Presentations

The EcoType Project: The Right Plants for the Right Place

by Sefra Alexandra


Electric Leaf Blowers and
Sustainable Lawn Care

by Jeff Cordulack


Rebirth of a Woodlot

by Nancy Murray

Meadows: The Original Pollinator Gardens

by Cathy Ludden

The Native Garden in Autumn

by Jacqui Bergonzi