How To Choose A Better Place Forests Memorial Option For Your Family

Are you interested in learning about Better Place Forests for your family but don’t really know where to start? That’s alright! We’ve created this short article to help you understand the key considerations you need to make for your family memorial. What exactly is a Better Place Forests memorial? And …

What People Are Choosing In California

One of the most common questions we hear from customers trying to plan their memorial is, “what is everyone else choosing?” And this makes total sense! Planning a memorial for your family or you and your spouse is not something that comes up in everyday conversation. To help understand what …

Breathtaking First Visits To The Mendocino Forest…

If you’ve been following us on our blog or on Facebook for a while, you know it’s been quite the journey to this point. From coming up with the idea for Better Place Forests, moving to California, finding our first forest, building the team, and developing the designs… it’s been …

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3 Reasons Better Place Forests is Different Than Spreading on Your Own

The majority of people I’ve spoken with are inquiring about Better Place Forests because they have been responsible for a family member’s ashes in the past. It’s never a straightforward situation. Many people choose cremation but don’t give explicit instructions about what to do with their ashes. Or if they …

7 Questions You Should Ask Yourself When Choosing a Memorial

Over the last 2 years we’ve spoken with hundreds of families like yours as we’ve created Better Place Forests. In doing so, we’ve noticed the topics that come up the most when someone is going through the process of choosing a memorial. We thought it would be helpful if we …

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From Concept to 850+ Family Tree Memorials Reserved

I’m writing this update so I can share with everyone all the things we’ve done since you showed your support and interest in Better Place Forests. From finding the land for our first forest and working with local authorities to having more than eight hundred families from the Bay Area choose …