Adults Teens,

D.I.Y. “No Mow May” Signs

Saturday, April 20 • 2pm

The start of the growing season is a critical time for hungry, newly emerged native bees. Floral resources may be hard to find, especially in urban and suburban landscapes. By allowing it to grow longer, and letting flowers bloom, your lawn can provide nectar and pollen to help your bee neighbors thrive. 

Mowing less creates habitat and can increase the abundance and diversity of wildlife including bees and other pollinators. One way to reduce mowing is by participating in No Mow May, or Low Mow Spring. 

At this event, we’ll be making yard signs to put on our lawns to express our participation…and to prevent neighbors from thinking we’re just being lazy.


Space is limited, registration required.

Register Here 


This is a Library of Local event.