Visitors to the EcoEternity Forest off Chestnut Ridge Church Road in Efland might have a hard time seeing the cemetery in the woods, Chestnut Ridge director Nick Jeffries said. Wooden benches, simple plaques and fading flower bouquets scattered throughout the forest are the only clues.
Visitors to the EcoEternity Forest off Chestnut Ridge Church Road in Efland might have a hard time seeing the cemetery in the woods, Chestnut Ridge director Nick Jeffries said. Wooden benches, simple plaques and fading flower bouquets scattered throughout the forest are the only clues. tgrubb@newobserver.com
Visitors to the EcoEternity Forest off Chestnut Ridge Church Road in Efland might have a hard time seeing the cemetery in the woods, Chestnut Ridge director Nick Jeffries said. Wooden benches, simple plaques and fading flower bouquets scattered throughout the forest are the only clues. tgrubb@newobserver.com

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