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All that live must die Passing through nature to eternity.

-Hamlet 1.2



A death is a devastating time for families, and you are extremely vulnerable. Imagine being able to create instructions for how your death care is to be handled so there is no panic about what to do or who to call and that you are able to create a ceremony that reflects your wishes, that helps to celebrate your life and ease the pain for those left behind. It is a real luxury to be able to do this when you are healthy, and able to discuss these decisions with family members so they are aware of your wishes and more prepared to carry them out.


 Basic Requirements for Natural Burial

  • No embalming
  • Burial within 24-36-hours from the time of death
          This can be longer (up to 5 days) if a funeral home has a cooler, or a hospital will allow the deceased to stay in the morgue. Dry ice can also be used
  • Caskets have to be biodegradable—plain wood or cardboard cremation caskets. Shrouds can also be used.
  • No vaults or grave liners

To mark your grave you may choose a rock from the Preserve, which will lay flat on the ground, to serve an ecological purpose. We have an engraver who comes to the Preserve to engrave the rocks.Trees, shrubs and wildflowers can also be used, but must be appropriate for the location. Families may not plant on the graves without the express permission of the preserve steward. You can also choose to have no marker. You will automatically be entered in to our database so we have a permanent record of where you are buried.


 Life History Archiving

We offer our patrons a page on our database for a life history. This can be anything you choose to share -- Genealogy information, photographs, remembrances etc.



It is legal to transport a deceased person who is not embalmed across state lines and to the other side of the world, if necessary.

We can arrange for transportation of the deceased through our local funeral home. This avoids charges from two mortuaries.


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