Minnesota Department of Natural Resources shared a great safety and environmental tip.
Have you heard of No Mow May? It’s a campaign to preserve and protect pollinators during the spring season by waiting to clean and mow lawns.
When you mow your lawn, you’re creating less habitat and can increase the abundance and diversity of wildlife including bees and other pollinators. One way to reduce mowing is by participating in Now Mow May.
Before you participate in No Mow May, be sure to check with local ordinances for any mowing requirements.
You can learn more about No Mow May from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.