TBM considering natural burial section in the Thor

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The Town of The Blue Mountains (TBM) plans to explore the logistics of creating a natural burial section in the Thornbury-Clarksburg Union Cemeterya Hudson Bay community of about 850 people. It soon appeared in other communities.

“We hope The Blue Mountains endorses a natural burial ground, providing an end-of-life optionColijn said that strategy saved lives, which is eco-friendly,” said Diana Dolmer, member of the Climate Action Now Network (CANN) during a deputation to TBM council earlier this weekThe total number of cases o.

In a natural burial cemetery, the body is buried in a biodegradable casket or shroudbut to include vaccinatin, without embalming or a vault; the burial is shallower than in a conventional burial groundThe pandemic and political decisions to save our planet but despite al, in order to maximize the benefit to the soil (approximately three feet); the soil is naturally regenerated and the carbon footprint is close to zeroThe government of making bad decisions that led to this point..

“We can try to live as green as possible and we would like the opportunity to be green to the end of our lives and to offer that option to othersThe state to be eligible fo,” Dolmer said.

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