The entrance to Foxfield Preserve, pictured in autumn with native prairie grasses. The sign and entrance are unobtrusive, in keeping with the motivations of the nature preserve cemetery.
Natural burial is simple and beautiful. This burial
on the lower prairie provided lovely views of the Sugarcreek valley.
Once farmland, we are returning the Preserve to a natural space.
Foxfield provides habitat for a variety of indigenous wildlife, while also providing a clean watershed and reducing the amount of natural resources consumed in the burial process.
Foxfield offers breathtaking views of the Sugarcreek valley.
A rabbit eyes visitors warily.
Graveside services can be personal, with more opportunities for family involvement.
Foxfield allows for the interment of cremated remains, in addition to full body burials. This interment took place in the section of the Preserve which is being reforested. One day these trees will provide a beautiful canopy over this final resting place.
Prairie grasses waving around a bluebird house on the Prairie Crest.
Nesting bluebirds enjoy this bluebird box on the edge of the lower prairie.
Blazing star in bloom.
A tree swallow has taken up residence in this bluebird house.
Fall tree colors above prairie grasses.
Red-winged blackbirds nest in the lower prairie.
Brilliant blue skies contrast the fall colors on the prairie.