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Film - Bury Me at Taylor Hollow

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About the film: After 15 years in the funeral industry, John Christian Phifer is creating the first natural burial ground in Tennessee.

Screened at 11 Film Festivals around the world and broadcast on PBS television, Bury Me at Taylor Hollow follows the growing pains of Larkspur Conservation as they set out to buy land for both natural burial and conservation. It’s an unforgettable and hopeful glimpse into an alternative approach to death and dying in America.

The message in this film is as applicable to Australia as it is to the U.S.

The conservation of land for habitat has never been more important.

Biodiversity is critical for native species of both plants and animals.

Setting aside an area for conservation burial gives land a dual purpose.

When: Tuesday 19 March, 2024 – 6.45pm for 7.00pm start
Where: Landcare and Sustainable Living Centre, umali barai-ku,
80 Toronto Road, Booragul
Attendance: Bookings

Note: Documentary screening time is 55 minutes. There will be an opportunity to talk
about the content, over a cuppa, after the film.
The donation of a gold coin would be appreciated to help with organisation.
Bury Me at Taylor Hollow is being screened by special arrangement with the film’s
producers and directors Orion & Rebekah Pahl in association with Die-alogue Café.

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