The grass is greening up around the city, and while you might be itching to fire up your lawnmower and get your yard into spring shape, on behalf of pollinators everywhere, we’re going to ask you to reconsider. Early season pollinators are likely sleeping in that grass, and when they wake up, they need food to forage. They need a little more time in the spring, so let’s give it to them with No Mow May. During the month of May, don’t cut your grass. We’re joining cities across the nation and waiving the requirement to keep lawns at six inches or shorter until June 1. You get more free time and less yard work, and early pollinators get a chance to survive. We’d call that a win for everyone. Join the movement and learn more about No Mow May here.