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Natural Burial: Build an Eco-friendly Coffin and Plan a Green Funeral

Have you considered natural burial options? From sustainably harvested bamboo to simple and inexpensive DIY coffins, there are eco-friendly options to consider when it comes to funeral planning. By Tabitha Alterman June 12, 2009 You don’t have to break the … Continue reading

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National Home Funeral Alliance

National Home Funeral Alliance is a nonprofit alliance of home funeral guides, educators, and advocates dedicated to educating the public to the intrinsic value of a home funeral, and to supporting those who promote the rights of families and communities … Continue reading

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A visit to Cedar Brook Burial Ground

Cedar Brook Burial Ground is especially beautiful in the autumn. These lovely photographs were shared by a recent visitor. We are open year ’round to visitors. Call or write if you would like to schedule a guided tour.

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An option – Green burial

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Green Burial Council Honors Rabbi Stuart Kelman & Father Charles Morris with 2012 Leadership Award

The Green Burial Council (GBC) has awarded Rabbi Stuart Kelman of Berkeley, California and Fr. Charles Morris of Wyandotte, Michigan as the co-recipients of its 2012 Leadership Award. “Rabbi Kelman and Fr. Morris have done more than anyone within their … Continue reading

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Green Burial Council

The Green Burial Council (GBC) is an independent, nonprofit organization founded to encourage ethical and environmentally sustainable deathcare practices, and to use the burial process as a means of facilitating the acquisition, restoration and stewardship of natural areas.

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New England Green Burial Society

How can New England Green Burial Society help? New England Green Burial Society offers resources, guidance, coordination and direction for those interested in green burial. Our standards are exacting and our commitment to the dignity of the burial process is … Continue reading

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A Will for the Woods

A Will for the Woods – trailer by Browne Productions Inc. Plus 4 months 2 weeks ago Psychiatrist and concert cellist Clark Wang advocates for natural burial – and plans his own – while battling lymphoma. Joining the budding green … Continue reading

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Penn Forest Natural Burial Park in Pittsburgh

Cedar Brook Burial Ground is located with in a tree farm. If you have any questions please contact Peter McHugh. We are open all year for burials and to visit. P.O. Box 511 175 Boothby Road Limington, Maine 04049 207-637-2085

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Cycling advocate becomes Valley’s first green burial

Among baby boomers, a more earth-friendly final act is growing in demand. December 13, 2011|By Scott Kraus, Of The Morning Call In life, Patrick Ytsma of Bethlehem made it a point to minimize his drag on the environment, in part … Continue reading

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