'We don't wear name tags when we die': Popularity of green burials on the rise

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A growing number of people are going green when making end-of-life decisions. Beginning next summer, Oregon will become the third state to allow people to turn their bodies into soil after they die. 

While human body composting is not yet happening in Wisconsin,  a growing number of people are choosing an eco-friendly way to reach their final resting place.

Michael Schlesinger explored the concept on CBS 58 Sunday Morning.

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