Media

On July 30, 2016 the Raleigh New & Observer published an article about my natural burial products and Historic Oakwood Cemetery’s natural burial section.  Here’s a link to the newspaper article as well as the video that they published (respectively).

http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/counties/wake-county/article92629797.html
http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/article90997522.html

N&O Video shot by Harry Lynch

N&O Video shot by Harry Lynch

 

On April 22, 2016 Historic Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh, NC opened their Natural Burial Section.  The event was covered by Brian Mimms of WRAL News.  Follow this link to see the story.  http://www.wral.com/people-can-go-dust-to-dust-with-natural-burial-at-oakwood/15657669/

This signs welcomes visitors to Historic Oakwood Cemetery's Natural Burial Section

This signs welcomes visitors to Historic Oakwood Cemetery’s Natural Burial Section.

 

April 16, 2015 an edition of the Tarheel Traveler went to Raleigh’s Historic Oakwood Cemetery to talk about their Urn Art Competition.

Flesh & Green, one of two fabric urns entered in Oakwood's Art Urn competition.

Flesh & Green, one of two fabric urns entered in Oakwood’s Art Urn competition.

 — Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh recently held a contest for the most artistically designed urns. Organizers only expected a few entries, but instead received urns from across the globe. Contest winners will be picked this weekend.

Use this link to see the story:  http://www.wral.com/contest-highlights-artistic-side-of-urns/14587481/

 

Feb 9, 2015  The article below was written by Allen Breed of the Associated Press.  It has been published in newspapers and blogs all around the world.  The first paper to pick it up was the Kansas City Star – I’m amazed!  That’s where I grew up!

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Allen also produced this video that has also gone around the world and came out on YouTube on March 14, 2015.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?sns=em&v=TZuDzOYRQIE