• The Vermont Natural Burial Team

It Turns out tech-stuff isn't as natural to us as natural burial!

Hi from Vermont Natural Burial, Our goal for our email list is to send updates about what is happening at VNB and our cemetery, and provide some tidbits about natural burial. We recently integrated some mailing lists and made some updates on our website. And it turns out many of you got emails for every. single. change. (Sometimes as it was happening in real time.) And you hung in with us- broken links and all- not one of you unsubscribed. Thank you! We're natural burial people and the technology side of things doesn't come... well, naturally, to us. We're learning as we go and appreciate your patience. Please don't hesitate to bring glitches to our attention. The good news is that all these newsletters are now archived on the website. So if you missed some or want to review an older one you don't have to dig through your email to find it. We're in an important building phase and now, more than ever, we need your help to connect with natural burial supporters. Please share our any of our newsletter or our website so that folks can learn about us and join our mailing list. We know there are more people out there who are curious about natural burial and our cemetery, but we can't reach them without your help spreading the word.

Thank you,

The Vermont Natural Burial Team

17 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

We have a sister venture to announce!

Things have been busy for us here at Vermont Natural Burial! Although the weather sure has been strange this summer, both the sunny and rainy days provide us plenty of time to keep the cemetery proje

What does wet ground mean for natural burial?

As we transition from mud-season to spring it's a hard not to notice the ground is wet. But, what does soggy ground mean for natural burial? The answer is not much. Dead bodies are not a health or env

Where You Choose To Have Your Natural Burial Matters

Hello and happy (snowy) Earth Day from Vermont Natural Burial! Often when people talk about natural burial, they talk about how important it is to have a connection to a sense of place. While this can