Saratoga Springs group part of national movement to cut lawn mowing in May

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Could putting your lawnmower away for the month of May help save bees and the planet? Sustainable Saratoga thinks so.

It’s promoting “No Mow May” – a national movement where people don’t mow their lawns for one month in order to provide more food for bees and other pollinators.

The group says lawns that remain un-mowed allow more species to grow.

In Saratoga Springs, you are only required to mow in June, July and August.

If you live in a different community, check with your codes department.