Climate love

Sarah Chabane

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Climate love

No Mow May, let your lawn grow when spring arrives

The UK-based organisation Plantlife is bringing back No Mow May this year, a movement calling people to liberate their lawns starting on May 1! 🌼🌷🌻

We’ve lost nearly 97% of flower-rich meadows since the 1970s and with them gone are vital food needed by pollinators, like bees and butterflies. We can't continue like that. "We encourage everyone to free lawns like never before". Thanks to their campaign, thousands of individuals have been leaving their mowers in the garage for several years, and observing what is happening in their gardens when they refrain from cutting their lawns. Wildflowers and grass can grow wild and provide a feast for pollinators, insects, and birds. Tall grass also retains moisture, which better protects the soil from drought, and helps store carbon. In total, if everyone in the UK took part in a mow-free month, that would be almost 100,000 tonnes less CO2 equivalent in the atmosphere, estimates Plantflife. That's about what 10,000 English people emit in a yea
And importantly, leaving the lawn in your garden grow is also good for humans, as it gives people more time to enjoy green spaces and connect with nature.

Take part in No Mow May - Plantlife

Plantlife’s #NoMowMay is back, and blooming better than ever! People from across the UK will once again be locking up their lawnmowers on 1 May and letting the wildflowers in their lawns bloom.

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  • Kevin

    5 w

    Calling upon this to be followed up on

    • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

      5 w

      Looking forward to actualization of this.

      • We Don't Have Time

        5 w

        Dear Sarah Chabane Thank you for getting your climate love to level 2! We have reached out to Plantlife and requested a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! /Adam We Don't Have Time

        • Lucinda Ramsay

          5 w

          The dandelions are out in full force in my little garden much to my neighbour's dismay.

          • Munene Mugambi

            5 w

            Let the lawn live

            • Tabitha Kimani

              5 w

              A great calling here. My little girl had raised the same idea, she loves the wild weeds & flowers when they sprout after the rains.

              • rosebellendiritu

                5 w

                It's great

                • Hilda Wangui

                  5 w

                  A great call that should be adhered to

                  • Joseph Githinji

                    5 w

                    This is a great call, it's should be actualised

                    • Johannes Luiga

                      5 w

                      As owners of houses with gardens this is a great step to help insects, bees and other very important creatures💚

                      • ance Star

                        5 w

                        Thats encouraging

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