January 4, 2022
Introducing The Living Urn's Memory Meadow program at CBP

Cremation graves in the Preserve can accommodate up to four family members and include the option to engrave a locally-sourced native stone marker. A community of native plants is nourished on the site.

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December 6, 2021
CBP's Native Prairie Restoration Program

Read more about the community of native grasses and wildflowers that will benefit from your choice of natural burial. This chemical-free management plan sequesters carbon and creates habitat.

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November 15, 2021
American Kestrel Partnership at CBP

Southern Colorado is ideal habitat for the threatened American Kestrel. A new monitored nest site at CBP will contribute to the American Kestrel Partnership's investigation of their population decline.

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September 11, 2021
CBP receives Green Burial Council certification

Colorado Burial Preserve is a Green Burial Council-certified Natural Burial Grounds. Read more about this important distinction and the difference a conservation cemetery can make for the planet.

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September 11, 2021
CBP joins Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative

Colorado Burial Preserve has joined the Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative as an Affiliate Member. The CEOLC helps families reclaim dying as a rich and meaningful life stage.

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August 17, 2021
Nest Box Memorial Markers

Green burial helps restore habitat and forage for native wildlife. You can go further and provide valuable nesting space for bluebirds with a bluebird nest box, personalized with your memorial message.

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August 14, 2021
Green Burial options for Veterans

"Nothing resonates more with veterans than the fight to preserve American soil... Natural burial represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a permanent steward of the land." -Lee Webster, GBC

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July 29, 2021
Planning a natural burial

Make sure your loved ones know the services should be environmentally friendly. If a death has already occurred, let funeral home know you won't be requesting embalming.

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July 28, 2021
Five reasons to bury in a cremation garden

Scattering is not always legal in the places you might have in mind, and it creates a dust cloud that can be messy. Cemeteries create a lasting gift for mourners and future generations.

Read more

Introducing The Living Urn's Memory Meadow program at CBP

Cremation graves in the Preserve can accommodate up to four family members and include the option to engrave a locally-sourced native stone marker. A community of native plants is nourished on the site.

Read the full the article

CBP's Native Prairie Restoration Program

Read more about the community of native grasses and wildflowers that will benefit from your choice of natural burial. This chemical-free management plan sequesters carbon and creates habitat.

Read the full the article

American Kestrel Partnership at CBP

Southern Colorado is ideal habitat for the threatened American Kestrel. A new monitored nest site at CBP will contribute to the American Kestrel Partnership's investigation of their population decline.

Read the full the article

CBP receives Green Burial Council certification

Colorado Burial Preserve is a Green Burial Council-certified Natural Burial Grounds. Read more about this important distinction and the difference a conservation cemetery can make for the planet.

Read the full the article

CBP joins Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative

Colorado Burial Preserve has joined the Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative as an Affiliate Member. The CEOLC helps families reclaim dying as a rich and meaningful life stage.

Read the full the article

Nest Box Memorial Markers

Green burial helps restore habitat and forage for native wildlife. You can go further and provide valuable nesting space for bluebirds with a bluebird nest box, personalized with your memorial message.

Read the full the article

Green Burial options for Veterans

"Nothing resonates more with veterans than the fight to preserve American soil... Natural burial represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a permanent steward of the land." -Lee Webster, GBC

Read the full the article

Planning a natural burial

Make sure your loved ones know the services should be environmentally friendly. If a death has already occurred, let funeral home know you won't be requesting embalming.

Read the full the article

Five reasons to bury in a cremation garden

Scattering is not always legal in the places you might have in mind, and it creates a dust cloud that can be messy. Cemeteries create a lasting gift for mourners and future generations.

Read the full the article