Over the past decade, consumer interest in green burial options has increased significantly. Many families have started asking questions about sustainable alternatives to traditional funeral and cremation services, and the death care industry has responded with a variety of innovative eco-burial methods and natural funeral products.
After death, we’re typically faced with a choice between burial or cremation. While traditional burial has been used for thousands of years, cremation is becoming more popular in the U.S. Both methods are widely accepted in modern society, but what if you don’t want to be buried or cremated when you die?
With the average cost of a funeral in the U.S. approaching $8,000, finding enough money to pay for end-of-life expenses is a common financial burden. Many grieving families use fundraising events to cover funeral and burial costs for their loved one. Requesting funeral or memorial donations from a community provides people the opportunity to assist […]
The average cost of an adult funeral is over $7,000 – and the price tag doesn’t even include purchasing a cemetery grave plot. For most, funeral costs are often stressful financial burdens during incredibly difficult times, but there are a number of ways to save on expenses while still planning a respectful service for the […]