Welcome to Tarrytown’s Pollinator Pathway!

The TEAC Landscaping Committee is planting and maintaining public pollinator gardens throughout the Village of Tarrytown to create habitat for pollinators, educate our community and beautify our public spaces.

We are active in reaching out to our community with ongoing seed giveaways and planting events such as our winter MIlkweed Planting Event for children at the Warner Library and spring planting events. In the summer you can find us at the TEAC table at TASH market where we provide info on pollinator plantings and healthy yard practices.

If you would like to join us in planting for pollinators or would like more information please contact us. We will be offering free garden consults this spring for anyone interested in adding native plantings to their property.

We have several new public garden projects in the works this spring and welcome volunteers to help plant and maintain the gardens.

Please contact us at tarrytownenviro.org  to volunteer. 


Spring Gardens Invitation

Let’s make this a great year for our bees, butterflies and birds. As spring gardening season approaches TEAC is offering complimentary site visits in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow to help residents get started with pollinator friendly plantings.

We can advise on plants suitable for your site conditions and provide the information and resources to help you get started. 

Even small changes can make a big difference in helping wildlife. If you lack yard space, containers can be a great alternative.

Just sign up today and we’ll work together for a sustainable tomorrow!

Please register before April 30 to schedule a complimentary Earth Month site visit.

Sign up here for a complimentary site visit to help start your own pollinator garden.

Additional resources:
Pollinator Pathways – https://www.pollinator-pathway.org
Short CBS News clip on Pollinator Pathways – https://www.cbsnews.com/newyork/news/connecticut-women-create-movement-to-let-lawns-grow-pollinator-pathway 
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center – https://www.wildflower.org
Missouri Botanical Gardens – https://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org
Native Plant Center, Westchester Community College – https://www.sunywcc.edu/about/npc


Gardens Around our Village

Thanks to the tremendous support of our community — aided by funding through Friends of Warner Library — TEAC volunteers and the Tarrytown Parks and DPW staff have created a variety of vital Pollinator Pathway gardens in the heart of the Village. These gardens provide much needed habitat and sustenance for pollinators and birds. 

Warner Library Side Lawn (Wildey St)


Patriots Park (Broadway Entrance):


Warner Library Children’s Garden Beds (West side)


North Broadway Tree Wells and Planters (Village-funded)