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Keeping the earth green

In this day and age, the importance of caring for our earth is paramount. The Forestary concept has accomplished this so that you can contribute to the earth even after your death.

Thousands of cemeteries continue to fill up and caskets made of materials that do not biodegrade inside of the concrete vaults that they are placed in are filling our earth. This crisis is only going to continue as we continue to carelessly bury our loved ones in cemeteries.

By choosing the Forestary concept for yourself and your family, you can contribute to our green earth, not only by eliminating buried materials, but also by helping a forest grow that will not be cut down. This is our commitment to you.

Oxygen renewal - it only makes sense!

Consider your lifetime oxygen use...

Consider your lifetime carbon monoxide emmissions...

Consider the benefits to the Earth of oxegyn     replacement from a tree burial.


"Poems are made by fools like me but only God can make a tree."
-Joyce Kilmer

    Forestary Calculator*

Age in years:In the US people live to an average age of 78.2.
8,282,913 gal. of O2 produced & CO2 consumed.
89 lbs. of atmospheric carbon removed.
CO2 → O2 Atmospheric carbon ↓
105,920 gal. 1.14 lbs.
Each day an average tree consumes about 290 gallons of carbondioxide, and produces roughly the same amount of oxygen.

This locks up about 1.5 grahms of atmospheric carbon.

4,141,456 gal. of CO2 produced & O2 consumed.
44.5 lbs. of atmospheric carbon released.
O2 → CO2 Atmospheric carbon ↑
52,960 gal. 0.57 lbs.
Each day an average adult consumes about 145 gallons of oxygen, and produces roughly the same amount of carbondioxide just by breathing, driving, manufacturing, etc. are not included.

This adds about 0.75 grahms of atmospheric carbon.

An average tree converts enough carbondioxide to oxygen to support two average adults.
A contract with Forestary maintains your tree, or that of your loved one for 100 years.


All values given aproximate and represent averages and not specific data.

Tree data is based on 2007 non-species specific average estimates of CO2 consumption and O2 production. Recent research suggests that actual rates may be up to 45% higher.

Human O2 consumption is based on this informaiton.

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