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  • Earth to Earth green burials

    VIDEO: Wake county fiber artist Julie Moore, owner of Earth to Earth green burials talks Wednesday, July 20, 2016 about creating and selling biodegradable urns, shrouds and now caskets made in her home studio. Biodegradable materials must make up the urns, shrouds and coffins in order to qualify as a green burial.

Earth to Earth green burials

VIDEO: Wake county fiber artist Julie Moore, owner of Earth to Earth green burials talks Wednesday, July 20, 2016 about creating and selling biodegradable urns, shrouds and now caskets made in her home studio. Biodegradable materials must make up the urns, shrouds and coffins in order to qualify as a green burial.
Harry Lynch The News and Observer