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Is it legal to spread cremated remains anywhere?

It's generally legal to spread cremated remains in various locations, but specific regulations can vary greatly by jurisdiction and the type of property (public, private, federal land, etc.). Some areas may require permits or have specific guidelines. When necessary, we apply for the required legal permits or receive written permission from the land owner.

Is it legal to ship cremated remains?

It is legal to ship cremated remains, but the United States Postal Service (USPS) is the only legal shipping service for domestic and international shipments of cremated remains, requiring the use of their specific guidelines and packaging standards.

Do you scatter all the cremated remains?

We thoughtfully scatter a representative portion of the remains, allowing families to keep or scatter the remainder in other ways that are meaningful to them. This approach provides a balance, enabling the honor of a cherished location while respecting the desire for personal keepsakes or additional memorials.

What is considered a "representative portion" of cremated remains?

Each container holds about a half teaspoon of cremated remains

Does your service accept pet cremated remains?

Recognizing that pets hold an irreplaceable place in our hearts and homes, we warmly welcome the inclusion of pet remains in our ashes scattering services. Just as they accompanied us in life, we honor their memory by giving them a final resting place in the beautiful landscapes they would have loved to explore.

What if I want to send you all the cremated remains to be scattered?

Certainly, we welcome the opportunity to discuss custom packages specifically designed to accommodate the scattering of all the cremated remains you have. Please feel free to reach out so we can tailor our services to meet your needs.

What if I don't feel comfortable handing my loved ones remains?

It's completely understandable if you feel uncomfortable handling your loved one's cremated remains; many people feel the same way. We recommend visiting your local funeral director, who can typically manage the cremated remains for you for a nominal fee, providing peace of mind during this difficult time

What is the cutoff date to return cremated remains for 2024's locations?

All kits must be mailed back to us no later than May 31st, 2024. This should allow plenty of time for us to receive the remains, properly catalog for scattering and package for the journey to each location.