NEWS: Tennessee ‘Natural’ Burial Ground Will Offer A Simpler Farewell — Casket Optional
It is so wonderful to see more and more natural conservation green burial grounds developing around the US. NPR recently covered the development of a new space developing in Tennessee. I’ve heard tell of another three places looking into developing in just my tri-state region. If this is what you hope for, keep telling providers so they can meet the demand. Until then check out what these folks are up to.
The Green Burial Council has done a great job creating standards, educating, certifying, and advocating for green burial. They offer lots of resources on their website, including a geographic guide of providers who have decided to be certified.
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Kel McBride, MLS, CEOLS, also known as the Lively Death Lady is a death and dying educator. She supports people in making informed decisions about their death that are in sync with their values. From health care to legacy, McBride makes the morbid intriguing and light-hearted, with amusing examples and details of lesser-known options. Her clients get their documents in order, have quality conversations about their wishes with friends and family – and also find a new focus on LIVING. She primarily works with people who are younger & healthy, people who believe their death is in the distant future. For more information or to be added to her EXPIRATIONS INSPIRATIONS blog email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit clearlydepart.com