Town of Ledgeview No Mow May Registration Information
No Mow May is a conservation initiative that encourages people to stop mowing or mow less often for the month of May to create habitat and provide resources for bees and other early-season pollinators. This is particularly important in urban areas where floral resources are often limited. First popularized by Plantlife, an organization based in the United Kingdom, No Mow May is gaining traction across North America. The premise behind the idea is to wait until the first of June to mow your lawn. This gives some of the nectar-bearing plants that are unable to bloom at shorter heights a chance to flower and provide needed nutrients to our pollinators.
During the month of May, Ledgeview will relax the enforcement of long-grass rules, allowing residents to voluntarily delay or reduce lawn cutting as a way to promote pollinator-friendly habitat early in the growing season.
Help to increase habitat and food for pollinators!
Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address, or call Amy at 336-3360 ext. 117 to get registered.
An information sheet will be emailed to all participants.
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