You don't need to reinvent the wheel, especially when it's already spinning in a neighboring community, right? Wellesley's Natural Resource Commission (NRC) has been leading the way in promoting pollinator-friendly landscaping practices to local homeowners for many years with great success. That led three members of the Boggestow Garden Club to approach Sustainable Sherborn for launching a Pollinator Pathway Initiative (https://Pollinator-pathway.org) at last week’s Sherborn Friends of the Library Arts and Crafts Fair. Nancy Rosenthal, one of the three members, recaps the day: "This organization promotes supporting our native pollinating organisms by planting a variety of native shrubs, trees, and wildflowers and avoiding the use of insecticides, herbicides, and commercial fertilizers, all of which are non-specific in their action and can harm, if not kill bees, butterflies, and other pollinating creatures. Many fairgoers expressed interest in the Pollinator Pathway program and 25 committed to eliminating chemicals from their home environment, earning them a butterfly placed on a map of Sherborn. Anyone who is interested in the Sherborn Pollinator Pathway Initiative is encouraged to visit the website to learn how to make your home landscape pollinator friendly."