Please join us
Heartwood turns two!
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Stop by for cake, crafts, games & fun.
Your RSVP is appreciated (727) 376-5111
HOW TO OBSERVE
Use #NationalWildlifeDay to post on social media. We would love to see your photos of Heartwood Preserve’s wildlife.
Email your personal photos to Diana@HeartwoodPreserve.com to be included in our upcoming “NATIONAL WILDLIFE DAY” Facebook album.
(*Please mention & include your name if wanting photo credit)
We welcome you to be a part of a global movement to discuss death, dying and end-of-life concerns.
*No agenda, no selling, no special themes – just real people with deep thoughts, stories, questions & personal experiences they wish to share – and maybe a few laughs too!
Death Café members can enjoy cake and refreshments in a comfortable, safe, private, respectful setting. We are not however, a support group for people who are actively grieving or in the end-of-life planning stages. We kindly suggest members are 18 years of age and older as well.
Free to attend with donations accepted, as this location does charge a fee for their private room.
Trinity, FL 34655
The 4 trees highlighted in our Heartwood walk are described below:
Longleaf Pine – come see the stages of growth
Slash Pine – Learn why the Slash pine is named after the “slashes”
Cypress & Oak.
Learn how to identify these trees and what their roles are in Florida’s ecosystems.
– Free, all ages welcome, moderate walk/hike, bring water, wear closed-toe shoes, wear comfortable clothing.
a RSVP is appreciated: (727) 376-5111
our email: info@HeartwoodPreserve.com
please call or email with any questions
Biodegradable shrouds? Ground burial with no concrete vault? No embalming?
Yes – you have choices. Come and learn about Natural Burial.
Stop in for this discussion – we will have refreshments, information packets for you to take home & a guided walk through the cemetery – to answer all of your questions.
RSVP: email Heartwood Preserve: info@HeartwoodPreserve.com
or call our Welcome Center (727) 376-5111
This Talk & Tour:
Join us for a talk with Heartwood Conservation Cemetery Founder and Executive Director, Laura Starkey. She will discuss the practice of natural burial and its environmental benefits, preplanning, and how they’ve developed events to familiarize the public on the concept of “Green Burial” and promote environmental stewardship and conservation. Contact People Places for more information on this event.
*OFF SITE EVENT*
Open to the community!