CBBG eNewsletter

Going green

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, but could you hold the concrete, please? By Sandra A. Miller Globe Correspondent /March 1, 2009   Ruth Faas and Sue Cross watched attentively as the crimson ecopod decorated with the gold Aztec sun symbol was lowered into a grave at Mount Auburn Cemetery last May. Cemetery administrators had …

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Planning for the Future

Cedar Brook Burial Ground, Inc. is a 2.75-acre, green cemetery on a 150-acre tree farm and the first green cemetery in New England. The burial sites are nestled among the trees. Light glints through the boughs creating patches of light and shadow. Leaves, moss and wildflowers create a carpet under foot – a beautiful and …

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