Thursday, 23 of October of 2014

Living Tree by Robert Morgan : The Poetry Foundation

Living Tree by Robert Morgan : The Poetry Foundation.

This lovely poem lead a couple to Cedar Brook Burial Ground.

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A winter burial at Cedar Brook Burial Ground

Winter burial March 12, 2013 a group of family and friends gathered to pay their respects to a friend. The beautiful boughs a top the wooden casket were from the woods he loved and were crafted by a family member.

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The History of the burial shroud

Forest shroud This information was shared by Kinkaraco, a supplier of shrouds.


Kinkaraco is a culturally and spiritually diverse company that cherishes the Death Rituals of Human Beings all over this Earth.Here is a brief collection of Burial practices and histories of peoples who incorporate BURIAL SHROUDS in their sacred practices as well as herbs and flowers.

For more information go to Kinkaraco – History of shrouds

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Earthrise – Green Goodbyes

Death is a messy business. In America alone, 1.6 million tonnes of cement and over 870,000 gallons of embalming fluid – commonly containing formaldehyde – are buried along with 2.5 million caskets every year. One solution is to use eco-friendly biodegradable coffins made out of cardboard or even banana leaves. Campaigners also hope to increase the number of natural burial sites, where plots blend in with the natural surroundings. There are currently fewer than 40 in the US.

AlJazeeraEnglish will not allow us to view the video they prepared after visiting CBBG. If it becomes available in the future we will reinsert the link.