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What environmentally friendly ways are there to be buried and returned to Earth?


As an environmentally minded person, I was thinking: I don't want to take up a plot of land once I have passed that can't be used by anyone or anything else. I also don't want to be turned into ashes or be fed to fish, so what are my options to be dispersed among nature in an environmentally friendly manner and provide for nutrients for new life that comes after I pass, without taking up a plot of land on Earth for the foreseeable future?

 

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    Paula (fpherj48) 3 years ago

    Hi Marie......must be the same article I just read recently. Pretty unique idea, don't you think?


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    John Coviello (Rock_nj) 3 years ago

    fpherj48, It's funny how things work that way. If there was ever something the spirit guides would get involved in, it would be this topic. I thought of it after passing an old graveyard recently. I will look into the bio urn in the link above.

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    Paula (fpherj48) 3 years ago

    Grey Temples..Good for you!..I have the same.My body is donated to the Medical School at a State University I haven't spoken to my sons about my ashes because I am still deciding.. If I don't specify, I guess it will be up to them.


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