The Environmental Impact of Death and the Green Burial Alternative – by Sasha Honsl, Director, Green Burial Ottawa Valley
The green death: How environmentally friendly options are changing the way we bury our deadInterview with Megan Spencer, President, Green Burial Ottawa Valley
The video embedded in the Citizen article above
My Thoughts on Green Burial in Canada by Susan Greer, Executive Director, Natural Burial Association
Locally made from Lanark County Timber, these biodegradable coffins include non-toxic glue and minimal hardware.
Cobourg Union offers ecoburials in a meadow overlooking Cobourg Creek and the golf course beyond.
Parkview Cemetery in Waterloo includes a space for Green Burials,
The American national Green Burial advocacy and education organization. Their website includes a great deal of valuable information. Some information may not apply in Canada.
A succinct, easy to use fill‐in worksheet that helps define goals, indicate preferences and choices, and identify persons designated to complete an individual’s final wishes. …
This article is designed to walk families through some common understandings and perceptions regardless of where the burial occurs, and to answer questions that will …