Clear conservation language that explains the relationship between land trusts, conservation entities, and burial initiatives
But what about...?
Q. What differentiates conservation burial cemeteries from other green burial cemeteries?
Q. What is a land trust agreement?
Q. What is a conservation easement?
Q. How do land trusts work with cemeteries?
Q. What conservation entities are likely potential partners for conservation cemeteries?
Q. What are the top ten most important best practices for conservation cemeteries?
Q. What is the difference between a conservation cemetery, a preserve, and a burial ground?
Q. What is the ideal recommended number of graves per acre?
Q. What is restoration and why is it important in conservation cemeteries?
Q. What is an Integrated Pest Management Plan?
Q. Where can I get help with creating a Natural Resources inventory for my property?
Q. What methods are acceptable for ridding my property of invasive species?
What is the benefit of Conservation Burial? (I'm hoping the answer will reflect the environmental benefit and the healing opportunities for families being empowered to be hands on. DEFINITELY. Could also be phrased as Why Conservation Burial
Why would one choose a conservation burial ground over a natural burial ground or a hybrid cemetery? This is a very important question for us as advocates of CBG
I'm interested in starting a conservation burial ground. Where do I begin? LM is creating a tool to help land trusts assess whether starting a burial ground is the right thing for them to do. The tool could be equally beneficial to the general public