It talks about the fact that, in most states, you can still have a home funeral without the need of embalming or the services of a mortician, if so desired.
This is not something widely known among the public, nor is it advertised by those involved in the conventional mortuary business.
I come from a family with a history of three generations in the funeral business. This option was (obviously) not one that was mentioned very often.
However, it is very freeing - and encouraging - to know that one can take the 'business' of caring for their own loved ones at death back into their own hands. . . and homes.
The book (available below) is a very helpful reference to guide you through the process of a home funeral:
'Grave Matters: A Journey Through the Modern Funeral Industry to a Natural Way of Burial',
This book includes a section on Natural Burial with topics covered such as The Home Funeral, Backyard Burial, as well as the Natural Cemetery. (Also available in Kindle Edition.)
This may not be for everyone, but with the rising cost of conventional funeral services, this provides a way to keep costs down, in addition to offering a much more personal family funeral experience.
The Home Funeral Movement is often considered a 'Green' Movement, but really is much more about the family having control over what happens to their loved one at death, and controlling the costs as well.