Last year the city of Hudson approved No Mow May so that city residents could wait until June to mow their lawns. This initiative helps to protect bees and early-season pollinators by creating habitats and providing resources for them. The initiative was well-received in Hudson.
I am advocating for another year of No Mow May and inviting residents to join me in providing protection to pollinators.
Thank you in advance for your help in making Hudson a wonderful place to live and work.
Thank you Joyce for recognizing the importance of pollinators in our ecosystem and their importance for food production. Everett Fuchs
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