A living memorial for future generations. A living memorial for future generations.

Resources for those considering natural burial

Here’s a small brochure on natural burial. Share it, talk about it. It’s a good place to start.Considering natural burial

For most of us, talking about death isn’t easy, but it’s reassuring for you and your family and friends if your wishes are known.  Planning a Natural Burial is a free guide that offers planning tips about choosing a cemetery and funeral home, planning a ceremony, or what to do if you’d like a natural burial but there isn’t a natural burial ground in your community. Twice a year we offer a planning webinar, led by professionals, and the dates are announced in our e-news.

Ways you can help

In Ontario, most people don’t know about natural burial. We have a lot of work to do to build awareness and convince municipal councillors and the Ontario government to make way for the creation of natural burial grounds. We’d be grateful for your support:

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Lots of people in Ontario don’t know that a natural goodbye is even possible. Please follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

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Please sign up to demonstrate to the decision makers that there’s demand. (Your contact information is not shared).

Donate.

Please donate. There’s lots of work to do! When you donate you’ll receive a charitable tax receipt.

Volunteer.

Would you like to put your passion and skills towards a great cause? Get in touch

Donate land.

If you are interested in your rural property being forever protected as a natural burial ground, please get in touch.

Please join the chorus of people who would like to
see a natural burial ground in their community.

Please join the chorus of people who would like to
see a natural burial ground in their community.