Larch, Larix sp.
All the complicated details of the attiring and the disattiring are completed! A liquid moon moves gently among the long branches… -William Carlos Williams Conifers may primarily be defined as producing their seeds attached to scales of a woody cone … Continue reading
New This Month: All Public Programs Free for Members!
October is here, marking the official start of the new unified membership program for the Friends of Mount Auburn, along with a new selection of member benefits in appreciation for your support. In particular, we are excited to announce that … Continue reading
Biophilia & Biodiversity: A Celebration
Edward O Wilson, Harvard University Faculty Emeritus in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, has been a transcendent figure in the world of biodiversity research. His long and storied career of field study, writing, and teaching, has led him to be … Continue reading
Consecration Dell: Woodland Restoration
In 1993, the Cemetery began an ambitious project to restore Consecration Dell as a naturalistic woodland. With time and after much care, the Dell again reflects the earliest era of Mount Auburn’s history. This project, perhaps more than any other, symbolizes Mount Auburn’s long commitment to environmental stewardship. Continue reading