In today’s changing world the funeral experience is increasingly out of touch with desired preferences.
Living Legacy Forest is a new collaboration across government, cemeteries, research laboratories and conservation groups to provide desirable solutions which also reforest the planet with living memorial trees.
Your Infused Living Legacy Tree
Our holistic science infuses new life into your tree through living organisms that extracts the essence and nutrients of cremated remains whilst neutralising aspects that normally harm the growth. This patented infusion process is a quantum leap from alternative bio degradable technologies, our technology is scientifically proven to increase strong tree growth and soil health.
Mobile App Connectivity
Share stories for generational connectivity via the LL.GenConnect Mobile Application, which allows you to digitally locate to your Living Legacy Forest Memorial tree, and connect to family and friends online.
200 Tree Forest Footprint planted in your honour
200 trees planted locally and abroad, replaces the air a person breathes out across a lifetime, your forest footprint leaves a lasting, sustainable gift in return to the planet. Your forest not only nourishes the earth, but offers a natural conservation space for plants and animals to thrive.
20 Tree Legacy Giftcard
Friends and family can create an enduring and meaningful commemoration by gifting 20 trees that is enduring and more meaningful than just flowers. Trees are planted locally in Australia or internationally in places badly affected by deforestation and the loss of threatened animal species.Locate the trees and stay up to date on the planting projects through the GenConnect mobile app.
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Living Legacy Forest Introduction
Living Legacy Forest are leaders in a new form of integrated green memorialisation.
Our collaborating partners and Co-Founders have a diverse mix of skills and backgrounds Scientists, Property, Business, Legal, Film and Communications and Engineering.
Victoria’s largest Government regulated cemetery operator with over 600 hectares of cemetery land across 18 locations in Melbourne
Bridging the gap between employment and reforestation Eden has planted over 1.25million trees internationally
40 years of international experience in Agricultural Pathology, creating a unique patented transformative technology
Raising and donating more than 1Million to reforestation of key orangutan forest locations internationally
Gold Leaf Certified, Not for profit, planting more than 8.7 million native trees across 425 biodiverse forests in Australia and NewZealand.
National Award winning end of life advocacy group focused on cultural change about death and dying.
Government endorsed validated science allows trees to thrive
Dr. Mary Cole spent over two years to perfect the world first breakthrough that transforms the physical matter of ashes into a nutrient energy that helps trees grow! “Imagine connecting to a loved one through the opening beautiful banksia flower or a lemon scented gum”.
It is not well known that untreated cremated remains are harmful to tree health. Over a two-year period, our lead scientist Dr. Mary Cole developed the breakthrough treatment in altering the composition of ashes, as our cornerstone element, ‘LL.Tribute’, transforms human cremated remains into organic nutrients that helps trees grow. The patented process makes it possible to transfer the nutrients created from a person’s ashes into a living tree.
See here a case study from Dr.Mary Cole, 2016 @ Agpath,
Tree 1,2 and 3 are all native Australian trees (Acacia) planted at the same time. Tree number 3 being the Living Legacy Infused tree, which shows 50% increased growth rate and stronger resilience to weather elements with tree 1 and 2 trees requiring protection from outdoor elements.
Our Advocates standing tall.
Experts and leaders from horticulture, funeral sector, feng shui, health and environment sharing their words of wisdom on leaving a legacy with trees.