We are excited to announce our new installation of a Pollinator Pathway along the one mile long Main Street in Hyannis. Consisting of 140 planters with over 10 varieties of native American pollinator plants, the reasoning of the effort is to enhance the natural beauty of Main Street, Hyannis- the capital of Cape Cod, and become an actual pathway for our ever important local pollinators. The organization, Pollinator Pathway Cape Cod, leads the efforts in the region to increase pollinator friendly habitats and food sources for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinating insects and wildlife across Cape Cod.
During the Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival (July 8-17 all over Cape Cod),
one can participate in downtown Hyannis informative walking tours:
Main Street Goes Native!
See the native plants and learn what they do for pollinators.
30 Minute Walking Tour and Talk on the Main Street Pollinator Pathway
Talks led by Barnstable County Master Gardeners
Each Day from July 8 – July 17, at 10:00 AM
Meet at the Hyannis Public Library, 401 Main Street, Hyannis, MA (Courtyard)
30 Minute Tour and Talk
Free- No Registration Needed
To learn about the plants chosen for Hyannis Main Street’s planters, check out www.hyannismainstreet.com, or www.Hyanniscountrygarden.com/pollinator-plants, or even better take part in the tours, or take a stroll downtown. Go to Country Garden and ask the knowledgeable staff about starting your own pollinator pathway.
Elizabeth Wurfbain, Executive Director, Hyannis Main Street BID, email@example.com
Gary Bowden, Pollinator Pathway Cape Cod and Barnstable County Master Gardener
CL Fornari, Founder, Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival, Master Gardener, local gardening book author, speaker.