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Niskayuna cemetery to offer natural burials

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Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery looks like a typical cemetery, with neatly manicured lawns, clean and stately headstones and a peaceful road that winds through its flat and tasteful landscape. But a slightly more unruly burial ground is taking shape. The Niskayuna cemetery is developing a natural burial preserve for people seeking a simpler and environmentally sustainable burial. The 20,000-square-foot site has been seeded with wildflowers and will eventually become a meadow, free of herbicides and ...


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