Re: Scattering Gardens?
- Subject: Re: [cg] Scattering Gardens?
- From: Mary Bedard email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 18:43:41 -0700
My mother wanted to scatter my older brother's ashes in a lake (in
Oregon) where my younger brother had died, but was told that was not
allowed on public property. It had something to do with
contamination of the public waterways. I have no knowledge of
scattering gardens, but that argument may come up when you're talking
food production gardens. I'm interested to hear what you find out.
Friends of Portland Community Gardens
Very interesting article in today's Philadelphia Inquirer Religion
section (but not on the Web version or I would include it) about a
local Lutheran church that has added what they call a "scattering
garden" as a place for folks to scatter the ashes of folks who have
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