About Regina HarrisonExecutive Assistant
Big Brown Bat at Mount Auburn
Urban Bat Diversity and Activity Study, Mount Auburn Cemetery, June 5, 2019. Lesley University researcher Chris Richardson retrieves and bands a Big Brown Bat caught in a mist net at Auburn Lake. He then performs a physical examination of the … Continue reading
So we’ve composted all of our vegetable scraps and recycled all of our paper, glass, metal and plastic-what happens to what’s leftover, the stuff that is really and truly garbage? We all probably have a clear mental image of a … Continue reading
Mount Auburn’s Horticulture – Do Try this at Home!
In May 2013, I bought my first house and along with it, my first piece of landscape that was all mine to maintain. Although my landscape by comparison is just a tiny fraction of Mount Auburn’s 175 acres, I was … Continue reading
Water, water everywhere!
Changes are coming to the drinking water supply in three of Mount Auburn’s buildings! For some time, the Administration Building has obtained most of its drinking water from a Poland Springs water bubbler, the type with five-gallon jugs. These plastic … Continue reading