April 8, 2022
Death is a permanent feature of every community, and many choose embalming, caskets, vaults, interment in mausoleums, and even freezing for attempted reanimation. There is also an increasing trend in cremation. Headstone-covered fields dot the landscape and some choose to have the largest or most unique marker as their legacy.
But an option in some cemeteries is called “green burial.”
Conservationists are now championing the idea that we can preserve the state of the land, and welcome the living and also the dead. Elisa Donovan, from an article in National Geographic, has planned and...