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Colorado becomes the 2nd state allow for human composting.


 

Here’s an article about Natural Organic Reduction coming to Colorado, but features The Natural Funeral as one of it’s champions.

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Katrina Spade, who lowered her mask a moment for a portrait, is founder and CEO of Recompose, the natural organic reduction (or human composting) funeral home, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021 in Kent, Wash. Spade stands infront of part of a large array of the “vessels”, eight of which are currently holding bodies for 30 days during the process. In the foreground is a “cradle”, prepared as a demonstration without a body, which would be under a shroud and plant material. (Photo by Ken Lambert/The Seattle Times)

 


 

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Meet Karen van Vuuren: Co-founder of Colorado’s first holistic funeral home

 


 

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This episode introduces Karen van Vuuren, co-founder of Colorado’s first independent, holistic funeral home.

 


 

Death Science Podcast


5280 Magazine (Sept 2018)

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Here’s an article in 5280 Magazine that mentions us near the end in the paragraph about Green Burial.

 

 


 

Green Burials are a Growing Trend in Colorado: ABC News Denver 7 KGMH

Denver7 reporter Jennifer Kovaleski tells us less costly goodbyes known as green burials are a growing in popularity in Colorado.