Superior to participate in "No Mow May"

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The Superior City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night that recognizes "No Mow May" in the city.

The program, which is growing movement across the country, protects pollinators, like bees and butterflies, by having homeowners not cut their grass throughout the entire month. This keeps the pollinators put.

“Our grasses provide food for weeks,” explained Superior City Councilor Ruth Ludwig. “If we leave them there, it’s a good source of food for our pollinators.”

During this time, the normal ordinances that require lawns to be mowed will not be enforced.

More information on the program will be provided on the city’s Facebook page.