Human composting will soon be legal in Washington and this company is fast-tracking a way to do it
SEATTLE -- Where do we go from here? It’s a question you may have asked yourself a time or two. If you ask Katrina Spade: “You just get to return to nature," she says. "We want our last gesture on earth to align with the way we tried to live our lives." We first introduced you to Spade back in 2014, after she launched a non-profit called “The Urban Death Project.” Her goal is to give people a natural alternative from cremation and burial; human composting.