This Used To Be Turf

A meadow, a-roaring with crickets. Just listening was enough to be get through all the terrible noise of the day, the terrifying state of the nation, the unending human assault on the planet’s life. Get thee to a meadow these early autumnal days! Bonus here is that this hillside in Green-Wood Cemetery was reclaimed from turfy grass, a veritable dead zone of lawn.

I want to send a sincerely heartfelt “thank you!” to contributors to Backyard and Beyond’s fundraising effort. I’m astonished and humbled that this was so successful, surpassing our goal. Take a bow gentle, generous readers:

Anonymous
Theresa
Russ
Anonymous
Karl
Marion
Diane
Anonymous
Donna
Jean
Anonymous
Ellen
Greg
Sidney
Ruth
Anonymous
Karen
Peggy
BB
Linda
Carol
Jamie
(In reverse order of contribution.)
Two rows of eggs.

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