The Meadow at 11 Bluewater Hill was intentionally developed to be part of the Aspetuck Land Trust’s “Green Corridor.” The goal of the Aspetuck Land Trust is to establish a 40,000-acre “Green Corridor” through the towns of Fairfield, Westport, Weston, Easton, Wilton and Redding. The corridor will link existing Aspetuck Land Trust sites and other protected open spaces with privately owned properties. Green Corridor spaces provide stopover habitats for birds, pollinators, and wildlife moving amongst the larger protected sites. Over 77% of the land in the Aspetuck Land Trust’s Green Corridor plan is privately owned, so homeowners are an integral part of the network.
The Native Meadow@ Bluewater contains a diversity of native plants to support bee and butterfly species that are of the greatest conservation priority in southwest Connecticut. A truly “pollinator-friendly” landscape, the Meadow includes a wide range of native plant types, ensuring that pollen and nectar are available throughout the growing season; and that nesting habitat and host plants are available year-round.
“We can save the planet one acre – or one yard – at a time.”
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