7 Things You Need to Know Before Scattering Ashes – Perfect Memorials

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I saw this in a social media group not too long ago – 7 Things You Need to Know Before Scattering Ashes – Perfect Memorials: https://www.perfectmemorials.com/guides/7-things-you-need-to-know-before-scattering-ashes/. There are exceptions, including state law if you are dumping in an area that is not under federal jurisdiction, and things to consider that are covered in a fair amount of detail in the link. Looks like the first comment to the articles was made April 2017 so it’s at least that old. \

As part of 3 below, I posted about Disney ParksDisney Parks Cremated Loved Ones Not Allowed – Weirdness Wednesday February 13, 2019.

1. Most National Parks Allow Ashes To Be Scattered.

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2. Ask Permission Before Scattering Ashes on Private Property.

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3. Sports Stadiums and Amusement Parks Are Private Property.

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4. Spreading Ashes at Sea Is Allowed.

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5. You May Be Allowed to Scatter Ashes on Uninhabited Public Land.

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6. It May Be OK to Scatter Ashes in a Graveyard – But Maybe Not.

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7. Be Considerate of Others.

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Bonus Tip! All Urns Can Be Used For Scattering Cremains.

 

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