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Dust to Dust: A Presentation and Conversation on Natural Burial

May 15 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Jeremiah Commons is a communal land restoration non-profit with the goal of starting one of Michigan’s first conservation cemeteries–a nature preserve and place for green burial. Tony and Shari Mayotte, home-grown Michiganders and a recent Duke Divinity School grad (Tony), started the non-profit with a group of community supporters in the Jackson, MI area. You are invited to come to their first educational event to learn more about natural (green) burial and connect with others who are interested in a sustainable, thoughtful, and affordable way to take care of loved ones at their passing.
Where: Dahlem Conservancy (7117 Jackson Rd. Jackson, MI 49201)
When: May 15th, 6-7pm
Snacks and light refreshments provided
Feel free to just show up (it’s free) or register here to help plan for seating and food.
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For more information or questions, contact: info@jeremiahcommons.com
www.jeremiahcommons.com/pinoakpreserve

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Dahlem Center

7117 South Jackson Road
Jackson, 49201 United States