Talk & Tour: Natural Burial

What is Natural Burial?pinecones

Natural Burial takes the environmentally friendly practice of a simple, traditional burial and advances that concept to promote a greener world by keeping land in its natural state.

Talk & Tour: Natural Burial

on Sunday, June 12th

11AM – 12PM

This educational Talk & Tour will last 1 hour.

Talk will be held inside the Welcome Center located at:
4100 Starkey Blvd., where complimentary refreshments are provided.

 

(Rain or shine!)

 

There will be no selling – only shared information.
If you are considering GREEN, ECO-FRIENDLY, NATURAL or CONSERVATION BURIAL –
cremation or full body ~ join us!
There’s a lot to know, and there are myths and misconceptions.
*OUTSIDE Tour portion will be brief and voluntary (please wear closed-toe shoes), approximately 10-15 minutes.
Call with questions (727) 376-5111

RSVP. Seats are limited.

 

Check this out before you come: conservation burial alliance

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Walking Meditation

Quiet Your Mind as You Improve Your Health

Join us in the Preserve on Sunday, February 16th, for a mindful nature walk.

Hosted by Justin Martz:

New Port Richey local Justin Martz is a 200 hour graduate & teacher-trainer at JivaPatha School of Conscious Yoga and House of Light Yoga in Spring Hill, FL. He teaches professionally throughout the nature coast, focusing on the roots of yoga as a philosophical tradition which incorporates both metaphysical theory and practice of disciplined breath, physical movement, and cognition. He is actively involved with Heartwood’s Burial Crew and part of our Heartwood family.

 

*BRING: Yoga mat or towel, water bottle, insect repellent.

Please wear closed-toed shoes.

No pets for this walk, please.

2/16/2020

9:00 AM

 

4100 STARKEY BLVD.

TRINITY

(727) 376-5111

 

Off Site Event: Welcome Center Closed 10/18

2019 Florida Birding & Nature Festival

Come see Heartwood at our Vendor table ~

 

 

Attention Birders!

Celebrate the wonders of the birds, wildlife, and natural lands that we enjoy in West Central Florida.

A 4-day festival offering presentations workshops keynotes field trips boat trips a nature expo a turtle symposium presentations were you can learn from renowned professionals, experience peak migration, and shop unique products!

 

INFO: Florida Birding & Nature Festival

 

Heartwood’s Welcome Center will be CLOSED

on Friday, October 18th.

Preserve gates open normal, posted hours.

 

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SATURDAY ONLY SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM

 

A special symposium with seven speakers – “Exploring Florida’s Rich Turtle Diversity,”  co-sponsored by the Florida Turtle Conservation Trust.