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

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.