No Mow May: A Month to Help Bees and the Environment

No Mow May is a movement that encourages people to not mow their lawns for the entire month of May. The goal is to help bees and other pollinators by providing them with more food and habitat.

When you mow your lawn, you’re not only cutting down on the flowers that bees need to feed, but you’re also destroying their homes. Mowing also releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which contributes to climate change.

By not mowing your lawn for May, you can help to make a difference for bees and the environment. And, you might even find that you like the look of a longer, more natural lawn.

If you’re in the Marshfield area, you can purchase No Mow May yard signs from Premier Printing. Premier Printing is a locally owned and operated business that has been in business since 2004. They offer a wide variety of printing services, including custom yard signs, job site signs, and political signs.

To order a No Mow May yard sign, visit Premier Printing’s website or call them at (715) 486-0603.

Here are some additional benefits of participating in No Mow May:

* Reduced water usage: Mowing your lawn uses a lot of water, especially during the hot summer months. By not mowing your lawn for May, you can save water that can be used for other purposes, such as watering your garden or drinking.
* Improved air quality: Mowing your lawn releases pollutants into the air, such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide. By not mowing your lawn for May, you can help to improve air quality in your community.
* Reduced noise pollution: Mowing your lawn can be noisy, especially if you have a gas-powered mower. By not mowing your lawn for May, you can help to reduce noise pollution in your neighborhood.
* Increased biodiversity: A longer, more natural lawn provides habitat for a variety of wildlife, including bees, butterflies, and birds. By not mowing your lawn for May, you can help to increase biodiversity in your community.

So, what are you waiting for? Join No Mow May and help bees and the environment!

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