Posted on September 6, 2017 in Cemetery Design Community Seven Stones
We established Seven Stones as a botanical gardens cemetery to create and preserve the best of a stunning natural setting. So we’re so pleased to announce that our property has been named an official Certified Wildlife Habitat® site with the National Wildlife Federation and Colorado Wildlife Federation.
“We are so proud to recognize you as a friend of wildlife who is helping birds, butterflies and other local wildlife,” the National Wildlife Federation notification reads. “Your certification puts us one habitat closer to the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, a national effort to restore critical habitat for pollinators. Your efforts also contribute to a growing corridor of hundreds of certified habitats in your state through our partnership with Colorado Wildlife Federation.”
We’re pleased to provide a healthy home for a thriving colony of bees here at Seven Stones , and we’re encouraged by the variety and number of creatures big and small who nest and rest on our grounds at Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery. Please come and sit a spell–our gates are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week–to observe the vibrant wildlife in this blooming oasis.