NFDA reports that 14 percent of Americans over age 40 say they would choose green burial and around 62 percent would like to learn more about it. In this episode, Brian explains what a green burial and green service means for most individuals. He covers different types of green burial options and green dispositions from burial to cremation and aquamation or alkaline hydrolysis. There are also many different places that a green burial can take place such as a pioneer cemetery, urn garden and even burial at sea. When considering burial options, there are a large variety of burial containers available for a natural burial such as a wooden casket, cotton or wool casket and even urns made of salt or sand.
Sharing some tips for memorializing a loved one, Brian gives ten ideas on how to celebrate their life in a green way. Some of these ideas include selecting a natural headstone, painting memorial stones, and offering an online attendance option.
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