Apr
6
3:30 PM15:30

UPDATE to the digital edition of The Natural Burial Cemetery Guide is now available.

With 17 new cemeteries across all four regions of the US, the new update to The Natural Burial Cemetery Guide has increased its listing of cemeteries by 12%. Pretty good for a year. The movement as a whole has done even better, with several cemeteries not quite open, several more too small or limited to want to be in the guide, and a few simply not easy enough to contact for me to include.

 

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Nov
6
1:40 PM13:40

Mind Blown on green burial

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I spoke at the Flex School to Lisa Phillip's social studies class Mind Blown about green burial as part of a study section on death and Dia de los Muertos. Besides the opportunity to spread the word about green burial it was a great opportunity to interest young people in talking about death; maybe they will be less averse to it as adults.

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Aug
8
1:00 PM13:00

Mary Reilly-McNellan reviews THE NATURAL BURIAL CEMETERY GUIDE

"I love cemeteries and have a plethora of books about graveyards on my library shelf to prove it," says Mary Reilly-McNellan in the opening line of her review of The Natural Burial Cemetery Guide for Natural Transitions magazine. "I don't, however, have one that specifically targets natural burial cemeteries, so I was delighted to learn about Ann Hoffner's new publication." Read Mary Reilly-McNellan's full review.

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