Fall Author Series: Elizabeth Fournier

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Wednesday, September 20, 6–7:30 pm
Milwaukie Ledding Library Historic Milwaukie (Portland)
This is an in-person event
All Ages

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Join us for a series of author talks & discussions this Fall at the Milwaukie Ledding Library.

Elizabeth Fournier has dedicated her career to helping individuals access sustainable, meaningful and affordable burials and funerals. She was called to this work at the tender age of 13 after many family deaths. Elizabeth owns and operates Cornerstone Funeral Service out of a repurposed goat barn in Boring, Oregon, where she uses traditional burial practices that are kinder to humans and the Earth. In addition to her steadfast work as a funeral director, Elizabeth wrote The Green Burial Guidebook, gave a TEDx talk called, "Going Green: The Last Act of Environmental Volunteerism,” and is the voice of the autopsy exhibit in the forensic wing at the United States National Museum of Medicine.

Event Location

Milwaukie Ledding Library

10660 SE 21st Ave. Milwaukie, OR 97222 Venue website

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