August 3, 2016
Shelia Champion wasn’t surprised when she got the call saying her father had died. Her father, “Buster” Stice, a one-time cattleman from Stockton, Kansas, was almost eighty-six by then and in hospice care with advanced prostate cancer. On her last visit weeks before, Champion had been shocked at how bad her father looked. As she hugged him before heading back to Alabama, she suspected it would be their last goodbye. Continue reading on progressive.org.
Daily Hampshire Gazette
November 11, 2015
As green living continues to take a more prominent place in the United States, there is now a growing movement that is focusing on green dying.
“Imagine living your whole life as an environmentally conscious person and at the end of your life, they pump you full of embalming fluid,” said Judith Lorei of Green Burial Massachusetts, and a member of the cemetery commission in Montague who spoke earlier this month at the Grace Episcopal Church in Amherst. Continue reading on Gazettenet.com