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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.

https://www.npr.org/2018/03/11/589974185/tennessee-natural-burial-ground-will-offer-a-simpler-farewell-casket-optional

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.

https://www.greenburialcouncil.org/natural_burial_cemeteries.html

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