Step 1 – Reserve Your Planting Rights
Interment of Ashes. We can find the perfect spot for your loved one’s final resting place.
Step 2 – Choose a Tree
From our many unique options, as shape, variety, and color may all hold different meanings to remember your loved one’s life.
Step 3 – Visit Your Loved One
Life Forest is located in a beautiful and natural area close to many outdoor activities that can be enjoyed by all.
We will guide you through our simple process, plant your tree, and bury your loved ones cremated remains in Life Forest.
Our pricing is all-inclusive and the cost of our Planting Rights is directly tied to the amount of space necessary for your tree to grow.
A traditional cremated remains burial is 4 sq feet. At Life Forest, our smallest offering is 50 sq feet.
We encourage members of the Life Forest community to bury multiple cremated remains at one time (people and pets).
Our Memory Tree burial plots begin at $3,500, and we offer 3 additional sized burial plots with many other tree options. Of course, we will work with you to ensure we can accommodate any tree you choose, as we understand that honoring a loved one is a personal and important decision.
We invite you to grow a beautiful living memorial at Life Forest.
Included with your Planting Rights: • Private Burial Plot & additional Pre-need Burial Rights • An Urn • A Mature Tree • Metal Name Tag for Burial • Soil Testing and Nutrients • Storage of Cremated Remains Until Burial • Life Forest Celebration Post • Exact GPS Coordinates Recorded with Burial Plots • Custom Made Memorial Markers (Available for an additional fee)
Many of my clients express wishing there was some other way to honor, memorialize, and visit final resting places. Many keep ashes home and move them around, wondering what to do. Life Forest is a beautiful solution, providing sustainable, scenic, rejuvenating resting places that also give back the energy of that lost loved one to the new life born from the ashes. I believe it will bring great comfort and healing for many people, generations to come; as well as heal our Earth with the new growth of trees and flowers”
– Catherine McManus, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker