Natural Burial Events and Announcements
I shared my passion for Natural Burial and how we’re doing in British Columbia, on Thursday, September 24th.
(Nicola Finch) Natural Burial just makes sense to me. The earth feeds and nourishes us. In the end, our bodies are what we can give back to feed and nourish the earth. Dying green. It’s kinder to the environment and a gentler process for families and loved ones. It’s so simple and I believe that there ought to be a natural burial option for every community in BC.
This Free event was hosted by the new (and awesome) Death Doula Network BC
Thanks to Jo-Anne Haun & Karen Hendrickson. Here is the recording of the presentation, thanks to www.ddnbc.com
On October 17th, join Nicola Finch for a Burial Shroud Workshop as part of the National Swan Song Festival. I will share my own burial shroud and show how I am personalizing it; the embellishments I have already done and my ideas on what else I want to do with my shroud, and why.
This is an online workshop as an introduction to a proposed shroud workshop series to be offered in the winter of 2021. This workshop will encourage us to ponder and plan for our own deaths and to learn more about Natural Burial and our options for a greener end of life.
It will involve folks having some materials on hand prior to the event that they would need to gather up.
For example, a 12x12inch piece of canvas cloth or a plain pillow slip, fabric pens, or some embroidery threads and needles … some paper for jotting down ideas.
In participation with the 2020 Swan Song Festival (Community Deathcare Canada)
Lead Host: Nicola Finch. firstname.lastname@example.org
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This is a free event however donations of any amount are much appreciated.