October 1, 2011
The Crestone End-of-Life Project director talks to us about her organization and its singular open-air cremation site
While funeral pyres are common in places like India, the practice of open-air cremation is still very rare in the United States. Yet there has been a shift towards non-traditional burial methods. In the small town of Crestone, CO, Stephanie Gaines and the Crestone End-of-Life Project (CEOLP) have constructed a permanent legal open-air cremation site in the mountains to serve their community. I spoke with Stephanie about CEOLP and their innovative site, which has been garnering media attention across the nation.
Read the full article at SevenPonds Blog