There are a few simple rules to follow depending on where you want to place the urn. Certain cemeteries have a special area for degradable urns, you can bury it on your property but you must disclose this if you sell. I don’t think this holds for animals.
You must keep a certain distance from the shore if it’s a water burial. Most likely it’s allowed in the desert (there is something strangely appealing to be buried in Death Valley). Ask local authorities for a list of rules.
I’ve discovered that preparing for my last act on earth has helped me come to terms with death. I no longer feel I’m a passive victim of destiny, but an active participant. I realized that, if I can’t take it with me, I can choose what I leave behind.
The urns are made of all natural materials and dissolve quickly into the elements. Lacquered, they have the same life span as wood.
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