There are a few spots by the Summit Transfer Station where the grass is lush and green and verdant… in February. Everywhere else, the flora is brown and dry and dead.
I don’t know if there’s some weird underground heating pipe, or if this is some mutant grass that thrives on cold weather, or if we just haven’t had weather cold enough to kill grass, or what.
It’s also worth noting that the grass is deceptively concealing a swamp. If you actually try to walk on this grass, your shoe will sink and be completely submerged in watery mud. (Surprise!)