Lyme Pollinator Meadows
The following meadows on the Lyme Pollinator Pathway are open to the public. Come enjoy these beautiful habitats buzzing with life.
View a list of native plants added to the meadows.
View a list of recommended native plants by Peter Picone, wildlife biologist.
Reed Landing Work Party
On July 9, 2022, a work party of volunteers tended the rain garden at Reed Landing. The native plants were doing well. The swamp milkweed
Reed Landing Rain Garden Project
Reed Landing is a small open space property owned by the Town of Lyme on the bank of the Eightmile River in the heart of
Hartman Park Field
Use Hartman Field Entrance on Gungy Rd. for easiest access Hartman Park Preserve (Town of Lyme) has a beautiful meadow for pollinators. The ancient highbush
Grassy Hill Preserve Meadow
Grassy Hill Preserve (Lyme Land Trust): 4.26 acres. No trails.Parking: entrance by the Grassy Hill Rd. Cemetery.Description: Next to the historic Grassy Hill Congregational Church, this
River to Ridgetop Preserves Meadows
For both preserves, use the MacIntosh Rd. Entrance Pleasant Valley Preserve (owned by The Nature Conservancy and managed by the Lyme Land Trust) has a
Riverside Preserve Community Work Day
Riverside Meadow Renamed in honor of Sue Cope Lyme Pollinator Pathway, the Lyme Open Space Coordinator, and the Lyme Land Trust co-sponsored a community work
Sue Cope Meadow at Riverside Preserve
Riverside Meadow Renamed in honor of Sue Cope Salem Rd., Lyme CT Map and brochure The Riverside Preserve is a 6-acre preserve along the Wild
Lyme Garden Club and Lyme Pollinator Pathway
In May and June 2021, Lyme Garden Club and Lyme Pollinator Pathway volunteers planted live plant plugs to supplement the plants in the meadow. The
The Meadows at Town of Lyme Campus near the Lyme Public Library 482 Hamburg Rd., Lyme CT This meadow was created in 2016 as part