Resources

A WILL FOR THE WOODS Screening Resources

The Discussion Guide guide contains the following for your screening use:
• about the film & filmmakers • ready to watch! screening guide
• ready to talk! discussion guide • ready to act! handout

A WILL FOR THE WOODS
Poster
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(customize for your event)

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A WILL FOR THE WOODS
Discussion Guide

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A WILL FOR THE WOODS
Green Burial Questions & Answers

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Press Stills

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For More Information

Filmmakers' website http://www.awillforthewoods.com/
Green Burial Council
http://www.greenburialcouncil.org/
Funeral Consumers Alliance
(US) http://funerals.org/
National Home Funeral Alliance (US) http://www.homefuneralalliance.org/
Natural Burial Association (Canada) http://www.naturalburialassoc.ca
The Natural Death Centre (UK) http://www.naturaldeath.org.uk
The Natural Death Care Centre (AU) http://www.naturaldeathcentre.org.au

 

From the Filmmakers: A Call To Action

After you’ve seen the film, you may be wondering what you can do next.

Being part of a post-screening discussion is a great way to start. The general lack of conversation around end-of-life options and the stigma of discussing death may be the number one hindrance to the green burial movement. So keep talking! Tell people about green burial and the film, host a screening, or encourage others to host one in their area.

Making arrangements for a green burial, whether through a formal will, research and planning, or even just letting your wish for a green burial be known, is an effective way to help the movement. There is helpful information and planning tools listed under the Resources section. If you’re curious about ways to be involved with green burial sites near you, know that some have events from time to time, such as native plant and seed sales or giveaways, picnics, bird and nature walks, tree plantings, awareness campaigns, and more. Simply visiting these beautiful, natural sites is yet another way of participating.

Beyond that, we encourage you to join the film’s community by following us on Facebook, Twitter, or signing up for our (periodic) email newsletters.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/awillforthewoods

Twitter: www.twitter.com/WillfortheWoods

Email newsletter list: http://bit.ly/1mdJZTX or find it on our homepage: www.awillforthewoods.com

And please visit our Call to Action page: www.awillforthewoods.com/call-to-action

 

 

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