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It takes collaboration and commitment from everyone to bring back our pollinators – the bees, birds, bats and butterflies - that are in decline mainly due to pesticides and loss of habitat. You can be a part of this rapidly growing regional, national and even international movement in your own back yard by planting native plants and eliminating pesticides. Pollinators of White Plains, our local interpretation of Pollinator-Pathway.org, is being brought to our city under the auspices of White Plains Beautification Foundation with the support of the City of White Plains Recreation & Parks and Public Works Departments.
There are activities and opportunities for everyone, including educational programs, advisory garden visits, a speaker’s program, and more. All are welcome! Get involved as a volunteer in your neighborhood, your child’s school, other youth organizations, your faith community, or elsewhere. If you already have a garden of native plants, let us know and we will put you on a poster-size map of White Plains where we will identify all of the pockets, parks, pots and pathways of native plants throughout our city.
Want to volunteer? Have questions? Email the Pollinators of White Plains at pollinatorsWP@gmail.com. For more information, visit https://www.pollinator-pathway.org/whiteplains.