Why “No Mow May” Is The Best For Pollinators

Spring is around the corner, and the warmer months are arriving. That means that more Americans will get to spend more time outside thinking about their lawns. We’re all used to seeing clean and well kept lawns across the United States. Maintaining them can be costly and time-consuming. But have we ever asked ourselves what […]

Biodiversity in Your Backyard: Things That Go Bump In The Night

What’s more fascinating in your backyard than the things you can’t see? There are so many strange animal noises at night, whether they’re trying to attract mates, foraging for food, or even just warning off predators. These nighttime creatures range from insects and frogs to birds and mammals. They live in the soil, in the […]