How Much Does a Green Burial Cost?

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For people who like the idea of continuing to help the environment after they die, a “green” or “natural” burial forgoes harsh embalming fluids, sealed metal caskets and concrete vaults of a traditional burial. “Green” cemeteries often combine an open space conservation easement or trust with natural burial techniques.
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eco burialEco-Friendly Green Burials Presentation by James Patton

eco burialEco-Friendly Green Burials Presentation by James Patton
An video Introduction to earth-friendly, green burial options for consultant & funeral director James Patton, www.jamespattonfuneral.com

eco burialWicker Green Eco Burial Casket

eco burialWicker Green Eco Burial Casket
Wicker Green Eco Burial Casket, TNCaskets.com

natural burialNatural burial ground opens in the Vale

natural burialNatural burial ground opens in the Vale
The first natural burial ground has opened in the Vale of Glamorgan. Native Woodland, the Monmouth-based company, officially opened the site Thursday with the Mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan, Councillor Audrey Preston cutting the ribbon. Report by Media Wales’ James Cuff

eco burialEco-Burials

eco burialEco-Burials
A look at the growing movement towards natural, or green, burials.

Natural Burial Series – Terry Ward

Natural Burial Series - Terry Ward
Terry Ward’s Natural Burial Series. Volume 1.

greenhaven woodland burial ground

greenhaven woodland burial ground
A tree instead of a head stone . Lock up your carbon in a tree and not the at the atmosphere,leave a footprint to be proud of. Leave a cleaner world for future generations. www.greenhaven.org.uk

Natural Burial -Why it’s the best

Natural Burial -Why it's the best
Why all the other methods are invasive on the environment and how a natural burial is the way to go. A cheerleading for natural burials

Green Burial – KQED QUEST

Green Burial - KQED QUEST
Tired of toxic embalming fluid, rainforest wood caskets and other ecologically unfriendly practices, a new generation of undertakers is attempting to green up the funeral industry with burials that go easy on the land.