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Natural burial: Quiz


Question 1: Joe Sehee is a leading advocate of the Green Burial Movement in the ________.
CanadaPhilippinesUnited StatesAlaska

Question 2: In 1998, he and his wife, Kimberley, opened the Ramsey Creek Preserve in upstate ________.
New JerseySouth CarolinaNorth CarolinaGeorgia (U.S. state)

Question 3: It may be buried in a biodegradable ________, casket, or shroud.

Question 4: No state or province in North America requires routine ________ of bodies.

Question 5: It is intended as an environmentally sustainable alternative to existing ________ practices that may pose future hazards to public health and run counter to modern resource-conservation activities.
CremationFuneralBurialDeath and culture

Question 6: The Fernwood property is 32 acres (130,000 m2) with most of it set aside for natural burial with no ________ or caskets.
HeadstoneUnited KingdomEnglandCemetery

Question 7: The organization recently established the nation's first certifiable standards for ________, funeral providers, and cremations facilities.
CemeteryHouseNew townShopping mall

Question 8: In the late nineteenth century Sir Francis Seymour Hayden proposed "earth to earth burial," in a pamphlet of the same name, as an alternative to either ________ or the slow putrefaction of encased corpses.
Death and cultureSacrificeHuman sacrificeCremation

Question 9: The first woodland burial ground was created at Carlisle Cemetery by retired Cemeterian Ken West, in the ________ in 1993 and was called woodland burial.
CanadaEnglandWalesUnited Kingdom

Question 10: ________, pesticides and, herbicides, and synthetic fertilizers may be significantly reduced or eliminated altogether, in favor of non-toxic and less resource-dependent vegetation support and control.
IrrigationWaterDrainageDrip irrigation


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