Boston’s Other Housing Crisis: The Cemeteries GBM quoted in this article about decreasing cemetery space.
Going back [to the earth] means giving back Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 to celebrate and encourage giving. Green Burial Massachusetts (GBM) would be grateful for your philanthropic gift. More important, we’d like to say thank you for reaching
Partnering with Land Trusts Two things are essential in a burial ground: It must be close to where one lives, and the land must be beautiful. A few years ago, GBM conducted an online survey and we learned some things
Green Burial Cemeteries Gain Traction Wright Cemetery in Westford Under Consideration In Westford, the newly appointed Green Burial Advisory is charged with drafting rules and regulations for green burial at Wright Cemetery. Learn more at the Westford Cat News, including
Why I Want a Green Burial by Eva Moseley My mother died in San Francisco in 1971. My brother and I had no idea what to do next; Mother never let us go to funerals or visit sick friends in
Lexington Planning to Offer Green Burials at Westview Cemetery By Joy Richard, Wicked Local Lexington The phrase ashes to ashes, dust to dust paints a portrait of death invokes one’s natural return to the Earth. But, as sensitivities around traditional