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Good News For Our Oceans
An international team of oceanographic scientists and researchers have developed a sustainable way to increase biodiversity and increase production of our coastal waters using cremated remains. These people have developed an underwater structure, or artificial reef, that increases the biological production of our marine life, while creating a monument for those who have passed.
Forestry, Industry and Their Replacements
The forest gives us an abundance of life we all admire and benefit from it. Whether your livelihood depends on the harvest of the timber or the young child breathing that first breath of brisk fresh air, we all are, in some way, dependent on those trees.
Burial At Sea...with a Purpose
Living Reef Memorial Canada preserves vital habitat through preserve ownership and promotes preservation through innovation, dialogue, and by transforming non eco-friendly industries into eco-beneficial industries.
A Green Burial Into Our Ocean Blue
Located just a few hundred feet from shore within the Strait of Georgia, an artificial reef using cremated remains, is ready to be born.
Ash Scattering or Another Way To Go
Scattering of ashes, or cremated remains, of a loved one is not the only option for a permanent solution. This article explores another option to scattering that is worth investigating.