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Living Legacy: From Grief to Growth

2016-11-23T03:56:37+00:00

Living Legacy: From Grief to Growth Words by Georgina Reid . Images by Daniel Shipp | November 16, 2016 Warren Roberts’s best friend passed away 10 years ago. He didn’t cry at the funeral, and if you’d asked him how he was in the following years he would’ve told you he was fine. He [...]

Living Legacy: From Grief to Growth 2016-11-23T03:56:37+00:00

Talking Trees, When I die, bury me

2016-11-23T04:34:28+00:00

Friday 18 December 2015 10:39AM Tim Entwisle IMAGE: LANDSCAPE DESIGNER AND ONLINE EDITOR GEORGINA REID IN SYDNEY'S CAMPERDOWN MEMORIAL REST PARK. (TIM ENTWISLE) Trees can be a source of solace and stability in a sometimes hostile world. That's especially true in cemeteries, where our bodies can nourish the natural world after we die, providing [...]

Talking Trees, When I die, bury me 2016-11-23T04:34:28+00:00

Legacy Living on

2016-11-23T04:23:55+00:00

23rd May 2016 Fiona O’Doherty & Emma Hastings Cremated remains used for Tree memorials People will soon be able to have their cremated remains turned into nutrients used to grow trees at cemeteries across Melbourne. In what is believed to be a world first, The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust has introduced the Living Legacy [...]

Legacy Living on 2016-11-23T04:23:55+00:00

SAVING OUR TREES

2016-11-23T04:36:19+00:00

May 19, 2016 in Tree news | Tags: Costa Georgiadis ambassador The Living Legacy program, Dr Mary Cole The Living Legacy program, Greenfleet offset program, human ashes to fertiliser, memorial trees, The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Melbourne, The Living Legacy program, tree planting, tree to mark a death, Warren Roberts The Living Legacy program [...]

SAVING OUR TREES 2016-11-23T04:36:19+00:00