At the request of the Split Lake community, NPS created a naturalized upland landscape with northern species adapted to the climate.

The use of native species at Ghost Point Cemetery was important, as this site is a sacred burial ground for century-old human remains.

The Ghost Point Cemetery (Chipiy Naya), located at Tataskweyak Cree Nation (Split Lake, MB), was revegetated by NPS, including site evaluation, soil testing and weed control, seedbed preparation and seeding of native grasses. Located on Split Lake, minimizing erosion at the site was key to protect this sacred site from inundation by floodwaters; for the 1 hectare area.