All the planet’s living organisms account for its biodiversity. When we talk about biodiversity at Mount Auburn, we are referring to all the plants and animals that can be found within our urban wildlife refuge. Our plant community includes 5,000 trees (640 … Continue reading
Tucked away in the southwest corner of Mount Auburn, sits a small, fenced-in area that has been sparking the curiosity of many people since early fall of last year. This is the cemetery’s new apiary, which houses three beehives. These … Continue reading
When people talk about the wildlife that benefit from Mount Auburn’s sustainable initiatives, it is easy to focus on Mount Auburn’s special place in the world of ornithology. However, Mount Auburn is equally conscious of the roles that it plays … Continue reading
When you think about the term “going green”, recycling and conservation of resources usually comes to mind. But what about “going green” in an unobtrusive way that enhances the natural beauty of an area while creating a habitat for wildlife?