We can help save the Planet from beyond the grave

A short video from the Huffington Post.

  
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Updated list of green burial sites

Check out this updated list of over 130 green burial sites in 36 states and Canada. Compiled by New Hampshire Funeral Resources, Education  and Advocacy.

Green Burial Sites in US and Canada

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The Green Burial of Steve Sall on Vimeo

A lovely story from a conservation burial site in Goldendale, Washington.  

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 A group just started in Denver to promote green burial.They have a blog/website here:  Bury Me Green – Home

Source: Bury Me Green – Home

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Not Buying Anything: A Greener Way To Go

Source: Not Buying Anything: A Greener Way To Go

A-Greener-Way-To-Go-Standard-Burial-Versus-Natural-Green-Burial

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These folks recently won a prestigious award for the beauty of their natural burial site in England.Green Flag award for natural burial ground in Tysoe – Banbury Guardian

Source: Green Flag award for natural burial ground in Tysoe – Banbury Guardian

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German Forest Ranger Finds That Trees Have Social Networks, Too – The New York Times

Peter Wohlleben, a career ranger, has topped best-seller lists with “The Hidden Life of Trees,” describing trees as social beings that communicate on the “Wood Wide Web.”

Source: German Forest Ranger Finds That Trees Have Social Networks, Too – The New York Times

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How we used to die; how we die now

Source: How we used to die; how we die now

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Vermont Forest Bird Monitoring Program Reveals Decline in Aerial Insectivores

Aerial insectivores have seen better times. For the last decade or so, ornithologists have noted steady declines in this diverse group of birds.

Why is this relevant to Resh Mill? Every burial at Resh Mill will be an opportunity to restore the fields and meadows to support the wildlife and natural habitat. Conservation Burial is “…a practice that puts us in partnership with the earth.” (Suzanne Kelly, Greening Death)

Source: Vermont Forest Bird Monitoring Program Reveals Decline in Aerial Insectivores

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A Good Goodbye | Gail Rubin | TEDxABQ – YouTube

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