This interactive map of Greenlawn Cemetery, Salem, MA, pinpoints the location of many specimens of trees.
The BBC online published an interesting feature story today on the potential for city cemeteries to be nature reserves. The article offers some interesting food for thought on future possibilities for some areas of Greenlawn Cemetery.
With its ponds and diversity of trees, the cemetery already takes a step in this direction. Why not take it a step further?
Post your opinions here.
Postscript: Do we know if there are any bats at Greenlawn?