Brian Flowers, green burial coordinator for Moles Farewell Tributes-Greenacres, will be among the presenters at the Art of Death conference, which begins Friday, Oct. 2, in Bellingham. In green burials, bodies aren’t embalmed in toxic chemicals and what they’re buried in must be biodegradable.
Brian Flowers, green burial coordinator for Moles Farewell Tributes-Greenacres, will be among the presenters at the Art of Death conference, which begins Friday, Oct. 2, in Bellingham. In green burials, bodies aren’t embalmed in toxic chemicals and what they’re buried in must be biodegradable. PHILIP A. DWYER THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Brian Flowers, green burial coordinator for Moles Farewell Tributes-Greenacres, will be among the presenters at the Art of Death conference, which begins Friday, Oct. 2, in Bellingham. In green burials, bodies aren’t embalmed in toxic chemicals and what they’re buried in must be biodegradable. PHILIP A. DWYER THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 30, 2015 04:55 PM