A movement called No Mow May may, based on regulations, be a no – way. I’m Amy E. Feldman.
A movement that originated in the UK is apparently catching on on this side of the pond according to NJ.com. The movement is called “No Mow May” and as the name implies, proponents are refusing to cut their grass for the month of May as a conservation initiative to increase the population of bees and other pollinators.
Right. “Conservation initiative.” Oh, yeah, you’re definitely convincing us that you’re all about the environment and not just about laying on the couch instead of doing your chores. But others—including officials in most suburban counties and virtually all homeowners associations—where there are regulations that say you have to maintain your property—aren’t convinced. Or, more accurately, don’t care why you’re not cutting your grass, since they have the right to tell you, no more no mow.
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