Notes from the Pyre

Notes from the Pyre

Why volunteer with CEOLP? Amy GriffinBy Gussie Fauntleroy. Volunteers play a vital role in the continued success of the Crestone End of Life Project (CEOLP). There are many ways volunteers contribute to the activities needed to make an open-air cremation or natural burial happen. While motivation for volunteering may vary,...

Notes from the Pyre – On death and dying: Top film picks from the CEOLP library

By Gussie Fauntleroy Last month the Crestone End of Life Project (CEOLP) presented book recommendations...

Notes from the Pyre: Open-air cremations growing in popularity

By Sharon Corcoran Since open-air cremations were begun in Crestone, unofficially in 1998 and then...

Notes from the Pyre: Receiving & giving back

By Terry Seitz. Like many people, I didn’t want to dwell on thoughts of my...

Notes from the Pyre: Volunteering with the Crestone End of Life Project: Fire Master Paul Kloppenburg

CEOLP volunteer and fire master Paul Kloppenburg (center right, in hat) directs loved ones...

Notes from the Pyre

Why volunteer with CEOLP? Amy GriffinBy Gussie Fauntleroy. Volunteers play a vital role in the continued success of the Crestone End of Life Project (CEOLP)....

Notes from the Pyre – On death and dying: Top film picks from the CEOLP library

By Gussie Fauntleroy Last month the Crestone End of Life Project (CEOLP) presented book recommendations from its diverse collection at the Baca Grande public library....

Notes from the Pyre: Open-air cremations growing in popularity

By Sharon Corcoran Since open-air cremations were begun in Crestone, unofficially in 1998 and then legally by the Crestone End of Life Project in 2008,...

Notes from the Pyre: Receiving & giving back

By Terry Seitz. Like many people, I didn’t want to dwell on thoughts of my demise, or even that of my husband who was battling...

Notes from the Pyre: Volunteering with the Crestone End of Life Project: Fire Master Paul Kloppenburg

CEOLP volunteer and fire master Paul Kloppenburg (center right, in hat) directs loved ones of the deceased in lighting the cremation fire. photo credit:...

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