Restoring habitats for Pollinators – one backyard at a time

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The Wallkill Valley Land Trust has joined an international movement of pollinator pathways in 2020 by forming the Wallkill Valley Pollinator Pathway in southern Ulster County to raise awareness of the severe threats facing native pollinators.

Why Does It Matter 

Getting Started


Native Plants & Sources

Resources to help create a Pollinator Garden

The resources provided have been selected from a much larger body of work on the subject of pollinators. The lists provide a foundational source for both beginning and experienced gardeners and naturalists. These lists will be expanded over time as new material is added. Please check back regularly.

Books, Webinars & Apps

Invasive Plants

Local Pollinator Pathways

Syrphid fly on chichory (Chicorium intybus)

Blue Vervain (Verbena hastata)

Who We Are

A group of people at the Wallkill Valley Land Trust became inspired early this year when the Woodstock, NY Pollinator Pathway was launched in February 2020. Since then, a committee of dedicated volunteers from multiple backgrounds has worked to add a new pathway to the pollinator movement.

If you’re interested in finding out how to help with or join the committee, please contact pollinators@wallkillvalleylt.org.


To learn more about other pollinator pathways in our region, go to pollinator-pathway.org.