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Opportunities in Green Burial
What is green and natural burial? Why do people choose it? How can faith communities, cemeteries, universities, municipalities and others begin to offer natural burial?

This moment represents an opportunity for funeral service providers and faith communities to shift toward natural burial practices. Some will manage this process well, while others will flounder. The goal for this workshop is to shine a light on opportunities to delight your community and strengthen your organization at the same time.

This free webinar is designed to help:
- Funeral directors
- Faith communities (all religions)
- Funeral industry vendors
- Universities & schools
- Policymakers
- Entrepreneurs

It will be an interactive discussion with time for Q&A, but our agenda will include:
- History, regulations and current practices of burial
- Green options for the body after death
- Understand the value of going out in green style
- Role for contemporary funeral service providers and faith communities

This workshop will be recorded and an edited version of the presentation will be available for all registrants.

This event is hosted by Redesigning the End:
https://www.redesigningtheend.com/

Jan 28, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Redesigning the End provides courses and tools to improve the end-of-life experience
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Speakers

Elizabeth Fournier
Author @"The Green Burial Guidebook"
Some of us work for a better living. I work for a better post-deathing. As a one-woman funeral service in the rural town of Boring, Oregon, I am eschewing big profits to prophet old-school burial practices that are kinder to humans and the Earth. I feel the green burial movement is crucial to restore this freedom and choice, both during the actual death and in the arrangements made after death, and to enable a more ”natural” death, surrounded by one’s loved ones in one’s own surroundings.