How to pick a natural funeral service provider
Where can you go for a Natural Burial?

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We work with a number of funeral homes around the country who have taken the time to understand the special requirements of natural funeral service provision. Between the list below, and the providers listed on the Natural End Map, we hope you're able to find the services you need. Please feel free to contact us directly at the Natural Burial Company if you need any other assistance or referrals and we'll be happy to help however we can.



Midwest USA 

For over 30 years, Nie Funeral Homes has served the Ann Arbor community's funeral needs. Their primary focus is to add the family in taking the needed time, and providing the means to remember and reflect on the person who has deeply touched the lives of family and friends. Nie keeps pace with the changing times, and their emphasis on personal service reflects that commitment.

Pacific Northwest USA

Mt. Scott Funeral Home, established in 1924, has been helping families cope with the loss of a loved one for over 80 years.  Family owned and operated for three generations, we strongly believe in treating our families with the compassion, integrity, and professionalism we would want to receive. Mt. Scott offers conventional as well as natural burial "packages", including no-embalming, a biodegradable or clean burning coffin, and assistance in locating a natural burial opportunity in a cemetery.

  • Litwiller-Simonsen Funeral Home - Ashland, Oregon

Litwiller - Simonsen Funeral Home with woven coffins

Litwiller-Simonsen Funeral Home serves Ashland, Medford, and the surrounding areas of Southern Oregon. You can view an online video of Tim Simonsen explaining the personalization services of his company at the Funeral Gurus website. Litwiller-Simonsen stocks Somerset Willow coffins and FTP Seagrass, and is working with local cemeteries to add the natural burial option for its community's many environmentally aware residents.


"People's Memorial Funeral Cooperative provides simple dignified, affordable final arrangements to residents of the Seattle – King County, Washington area. While the vast majority of our members choose simple cremation, we offer the full range of cremation and burial choices. As a member-owned cooperative, our focus is on serving our members and their families rather than on meeting sales quotas."

"Wade has had the specific intention of transforming Sunset Hills into a natural burial site, providing a complete range of “green” disposition and memorial services. Wade pointed to a young tree planted on one natural burial site. “She wanted to be an apple tree,” he explained of the woman now interred there. That apple tree is that grave’s sole marker and one of more than a hundred trees the new management has planted thus far, with many more trees to come." Healthy Green Pages

Midwest USA


 "The family tradition started when Elmer and Inez Gunderson founded Gunderson Funeral Home in 1922..."Most of the people that walk through our door know Bob or myself and our family from the past 80 years here in Madison. Many of them we can call by name when they walk through the door." 

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 Randle_dable.staff"Randle-Dable Funeral, Cremation and Pre-Planning Services is a family-owned funeral home with deep roots in the Waukesha community dating dack to 1891. Our goal is to serve you and your family with dignity, pride, and honor while showing we care. We realize there is no typical funeral service and that each family has its own special-need customs and traditions. We are dedicated to helping you create a final tribute for your loved one."

Northeast USA

Prout Funeral Home  is a full-service funeral home in northern New Jersey, just 15 minutes from New York. Featured in a number of newspaper and magazine articles, Prout's is well-known for its natural approach. In addition to being an innovative 3rd generation service that has its electricity supplied by solar panels, they offer home-funeral facilitation, formaldehyde-free embalming and no embalming treatments, and also stock a wide range of the Natural Burial Company's wicker coffins. They have work with natural burial cemeteries, including Greensprings in upstate New York and Steelmantown Cemetery in New Jersey.

Nicos C. Elias Funeral Home - Allentown, Pennsylvania


Nicos.c.elias.funeral.home"Going green means taking a new ecologically friendly approach to death and funerals. While there are few “green” cemeteries in the U.S., we can still recommend ways to have less of an impact on our environment where funerals are concerned. Some options are biodegradable caskets, urns, preservation without embalming, and even avoiding steel and concrete tombs altogether. For us, it also means using “green” and eco-friendly cleaning products for our disinfecting and sanitizing procedures.

Ecopodbrochurepart1_0001 ...At Mourning Dove Studio we offer one of a kind hand made life chests, caskets, urns, and shrouds. We also provide eco-friendly products newly available in this country, such as the ARKA Ecopod and the Somerset Willow casket. Our mission is to inspire you to take control of how you mark the milestones of life and death. Our products and services help you to personalize final rites of passage and leave a legacy of love. We also offer creative workshops to support you in making your own memorial art..



Ogden_funeral_homeOgden Funeral Home - Toronto, Ontario

Since 1948 the Ogden Family has been providing family owned funeral services to the Metropolitan Toronto area for three generations. As needs have changed over time Ogden Funeral Homes and staff have adapted to meet any unique requirements of families, regardless of faith or religion.


J.j.cardinal.funeral J.J.Cardinal Funeral Home - Lachine, Quebec


  "Families that engage the services of the J.J. Cardinal funeral salon have access to a large chapel, an interior columbarium, reception halls that can accommodate large numbers of people, better service areas, larger rooms and vestibules and of course…a higher degree of comfort...families can obtain the needed service and support on-site in their most difficult period of bereavement