Going green when it’s your time to go
From biodegradable coffins to tree-sprouting urns, eco-friendly burials offer a way for those who live green to also die green.
Maine man to be buried in coffin made from the tree he protected for 52 years
Frank Knight, who passed away at age 103, defended a centuries-old tree named Herbie until it fell in 2010.
Shelving to die for: Here’s something you don’t see every day: beautifully crafted wood shelving that can be transformed into a coffin.
Shelving to die for
Here’s something you don’t see every day: beautifully crafted wood shelving that can be transformed into a coffin. Yep, you read that right. An object built to hold your books and tsochkes that’s also built to later hold, umm, you.
Would you like a recycled coffin couch?
In honor of Edward Cullen and the rest of those wild n’ crazy ‘Twilight’ kids, here’s a look at eco-items that appeal to hunky bloodsuckers and those who love them.