New York OK’s human composting law; 6th state in US to do so By MAYSOON KHAN The Associated Press,Updated December 31, 2022, 1:46 p.m. ALBANY, N.Y. – Howard Fischer, a 63-year old investor living north of New York City, has a
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Cycle of Life, Death and Renewal Green Burial in Massachusetts Through your voice, more cemeteries allow green burial. 2022 Winter Solstice Dear Friend of Green Burial, Green, or natural, burial honors the cycles of life, death, and renewal. You know
If You Want to Give Something Back to Nature, Give Your Body Opinion By Caitlin Doughty Eight years ago, panting heavily in the humid summer air, I carried a pair of orange work buckets full of wood chips up a
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October 31, 2022 – The Enviro Show The Day of The Dead Enviro Show Greetings Earthlings. How do you honor your dead? Some folks visit the grave sites of their dearly departed, others have their photos on the wall or
Proponents call green burials an environmentally friendly choice By Erin Murray, Spectrum News, October 25, 2022 TRINITY, Fla. — On the Heartwood Preserve, the budding essence of new life is visible in every direction. Growing grasses, budding flowers, and even buzzing insects
Ditch the hearse, bring the kids, have a picnic: an alternative undertaker’s tips for a better funeral By Sam Wollaston in The Guardian, October, 19, 2022 Sharpham Meadow doesn’t look much like a cemetery. There are no high walls, wrought
Green burial and climate change: Rebecca Fricke and Candace Currie Daily Hampshire Gazette, October 8,2022 Climate Change @ Home podcast. Listen here.
Historic Mass. Cemetery Sees Growing Demand for Green Burials By Mary Markos Green burials are getting more and more popular at Mount Auburn Cemetery, the first place in Massachusetts to offer the more environmentally friendly option ten years ago. Watch
How Green Burials Work and How They Help the Environment By Mary Markos for LX News What happens after we die? Green burials bring a whole new perspective to the timeless philosophical question. An increasingly popular way to protect the