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Memorial Ecosystems - Leaders in Conservation Burial Saturday, September 20, 2014
Ramsey Creek Chapel in Winter
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Crumbs of rotten stone, Shards of bone, the leavings And the ruins of lives The grounds a grave and So it thrives… A thousand thousand years Will bloom here in the spring Upon the living sing the blessing of the dead.

-Used with permission from the Author, Wendell Berry

 

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billy-head-shot-gr.jpg   Memorial Ecosystems Inc. opened Ramsey Creek preserve in 1996, the first “green cemetery” in theKimberley on Creek Trail United States. The preserve was formed to harness the funeral industry for land protection and restoration, to fund non-profits, education, the arts and scientific research, and to provide a less expensive and more meaningful burial option.

   Our award-winning company aspires to protect, restore and permantly endow one million acres of wild-lands over the coming decades. More than merely financing protection, the inherently spiritual nature of our endeavor means that we can foster closer ties between human communities and the natural communities that they depend on.


   Our main focus is to develop multi-functional memorial nature preserves that we create with the cooperation and assistance of non-profit organizations. Through becoming members of the preserve during life, and choosing burial in the preserve after, our clients leave a permanent legacy for their families, their communities and the natural world. We are committed to being the leaders in environmentally and socially responsible death care.


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