You may come to Mount Auburn to walk or visit a grave, but we humans are just a part of the much larger community that depends on this place. As an urban greenspace, the Cemetery is home to native wildlife … Continue reading
We are pleased to present the Friends of Mount Auburn’s Annual Report, containing highlights of our accomplishments and a summary of our financial results for FY2021.
Mount Auburn’s landscape is cherished as a place to console, to heal, and to inspire. A letter recently left at the grave of U.S. Senator Charles Sumner (1811-1874) speaks to this incredible power of place. We share this touching tribute … Continue reading
The dangers brought on, at least in part, by our warming climate are too numerous to ignore. Mount Auburn’s Climate Speaker Series provides a platform for local researchers, academics, public officials, business and non-profit leaders, and volunteer organizations to share with … Continue reading