Feb. 17: Green Burial Options in New Mexico

Jan 24, 2018 | 0 comments

wicker casket in natureIn New Mexico’s high desert climate, “green” burial is actually “brown” burial. However, you have many options to minimize your after-death carbon footprint. Make your final disposition more eco-friendly by avoiding embalming, rethinking cremation, choosing biodegradable caskets and urns, and even considering holding a home/DIY funeral.

Come learn about your options for returning to the earth as naturally as possible in the Land of Enchantment. “Green Burial Options in New Mexico” is the title of Gail Rubin’s presentation on Saturday, February 17 at 2:00 p.m. The talk takes place at the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park Education Center, 2901 Candelaria Road NW, Albuquerque, NM. The event is free. There’s a $3 Day-Use Fee per vehicle if you use the park’s parking lot. The fee can be avoided by parking on Candelaria and walking a little way to the center.

Gail Rubin, CT, is a pioneering death educator who uses humor and funny films to teach about end-of-life issues. The author of three books on end-of-life issues and a certified funeral celebrant, she spoke at TEDxABQ in 2015. Learn more at www.AGoodGoodbye.com.

Gail Rubin will also sell and sign her books A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don’t Plan to Die; Hail and Farewell: Cremation Ceremonies, Templates and Tips; and Kicking The Bucket List: 100 Downsizing and Organizing Things to Do Before You Die.

A Good Goodbye | Gail Rubin | TEDxABQ
A Good Goodbye