minnesota house of representatives
Mar 2023

Minnesota

HF2669 and SF 3134 to legalize human composting were introduced in the Minnesota Legislature in March, 2023.

HF2669 was introduced in the House of Representatives on March 6th by Representatives John Huot, Mike Freiberg, and Samantha Sencer-Mura. SF 3134 was introduced in the Senate on March 27th by Senators John Marty, Mary Kunesh, and Scott Dibble. Due to a full docket and carryover from last year’s session, the bill won’t be voted on this year and will be heard in 2024.

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  • Voice your support – use our template to write your Minnesota legislators
  • Stay in the know – subscribe to Recompose’s newsletter to receive updates on the human composting movement in Minnesota and elsewhere
  • Learn more – get talking points and resources to help you learn and talk about human composting

Join Our Community

We continue to work to legalize human composting in Minnesota, nationwide, and across the world to increase access to this new model of ecological death care. We can’t do this work without the support of engaged community members like you. Here are a few ways to get involved:

  1. Shop Recompose Gifts & Gear – show the world you’re a human composting enthusiast and support those who couldn’t otherwise afford human composting
  2. Tour Recompose – sign up for an in-person or online tour to see our facility and learn more about human composting
  3. Join Precompose – pay in advance and make arrangements for your future human composting with Recompose

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About Recompose

Recompose is a licensed, full-service, green funeral home in Seattle offering human composting. As the first human composting company in the world, we are a trusted leader in ecological death care. We are Seattle’s only human composting provider and serve clients across the U.S.

Recompose Seattle
4 S. Idaho St, Seattle, WA 98134
Open by appointment

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Voted Best Funeral Home in Seattle Times’ Best in the PNW Contest 2023

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Recompose acknowledges we make our lives and livelihoods on the lands of the Coast Salish People, specifically the Duwamish People. We honor with gratitude the Duwamish People past and present, the land itself, and the Duwamish Tribe. Colonization is an active, persistent process. Indigenous communities continue to be resilient in protecting their ecological and cultural lifeways and deathways despite ongoing oppression. Recompose respects, shares, and supports this commitment to climate healing and environmental justice. Join Recompose in contributing to Real Rent Duwamish.