Exploring Affordable, Environmentally-Friendly & Meaningful Funeral Options
Explore sustainable and meaningful funeral options with a twist as Lee Webster shares information about emerging eco-friendly funeral movements that are changing the way we do death in America. With funeral prices rising along with temperatures, it is time to look at ways to reduce expenses and carbon footprints while still having rich, meaningful send-offs.
This provocative and surprising hour-long presentation is Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 6:30 p.m. at Taylor Community’s Woodside Building. The event is free and open to the public.
Webster returns to Taylor to introduce ways we can plan for a more planet-friendly exit through eco-conscious home care practices and sustainable conservation burial options. We will learn the latest in what is happening in the U.S. around the around the world to design authentic ways of honoring our loved ones without breaking the bank. We will also do a little funeral myth busting while we are at it.
Webster is president of New Hampshire Funeral Resource, Education & Advocacy, a local nonprofit organization providing practical funeral information. She is also a frequent speaker on funeral reform throughout the country, and author of several published books and articles.Posted in: Events, News
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