Links

Nature’s Casket In The News

Our own video about How to Build a Coffin. See the

Build Diagram here.

The Rise of Back-to-the-Basics Funerals

New York Times, March 12, 2014

The Coffin That Beetles Built (video)

Wall Street Journal, November 30, 2012

School site cemetery remains reinterred

Bull Run Now, August 7, 2014

Eleven of our caskets, specially built and reinforced to hold up to a ton of dirt and remains, were used for the reinterment of a 19th century family cemetery in Virginia.

Green’s The Way To Go

Denver Post, Saturday March 27, 2010

A Green Way To Go

The Daily Camera, February 15, 2010

Eco-friendly burials take recycling to its logical end

Northern Colorado Business Report, February 26, 2010

Dust to Dust

Boulder Weekly, April 29, 2010

 

 Longmont artisan brothers’ handmade eco-caskets help mourners and the environment

Longmont Times-Call, October 29, 2016

 

Profile on Nature’s Casket

Longmont Colony, November 10, 2016

Links

Green Burial Council: “A non-profit organization working to make burial more sustainable, economically viable, and meaningful.”

 

Funeral Consumers Alliance: “A nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting a consumer’s right to choose a meaningful, dignified, affordable funeral.”

Colorado Forest Products: A consumer awareness program for marketing wood products from forest restoration and fuels reduction efforts in Colorado forests

Natural Transitions: “Our mission is to educate and support families who choose to care for their own dead, or want greater, more conscious involvement in after-death care.”

Change with Courage’s two-fold mission is to: 

1) Help create more space for conscious, holistic approaches to end-of-life care in the U.S. and around the world. 

2) Help more people and hospices appreciate and honor the body-mind-spirit healing modalities that can help us relax and heal as we move through transitions of all kinds.

 

Federal Trade Commission: Consumer Funeral Guide

Colorado Carbon Fund: “To help individuals, business owners and event planners measure, reduce, and offset their carbon emissions.”