Rooted is making the news...
The Daily Evergreen | 4/18/18
Alum's Startup Turns Pets Into Soil
Thurston Talk | 3/27/18
Rooted Gives Your Beloved Pet a Meaningful Goodbye
107.9 The Link | 3/21/18
Compost Your Pet?
i-Heart RADIO | 3/20/18
Compost Your Pet? "I got her back in kind of a soil form in 12 weeks...in a 5 gallon bucket..."
King 5 | 3/19/18
More pet owners are trying a new option to burial or cremation -- composting.
Catological | 3/11/18
The Most Meaningful Ways To Say Goodbye To Your Beloved Pet
Biocycle | 12/6/17
Olympia, Washington: Composting Deceased Pets
Q13 FOX | 11/16/17
Planting your dead pet: Glowing reviews for pet composting start-up
The Daily Dot | 11/13/17
Meet the man who wants to compost your deceased pet
Off Label Veterinary News | 11/03/18
Composting Deceased Pets
Tampa Bay Times | 10/30/17
Composting, not cremating?
Denver Post | 10/25/17
“It’s going to weird some people out”: A new company composts dead pets
Newsweek | 10/24/17
When your pet dies, you can now compost, taxidermy or make them into jewelry
Washington Post | 10/24/17
A new company composts dead pets. Gross or strangely touching?
Whidbey News Times | 10/17/17
Island man grows pet composting biz
Synergy in Seattle | IAAHPC Conference
Rooted will exhibit at Synergy in Seattle, the 7th Annual International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care Conference in downtown Seattle, October 20-23.
South Whidbey Record | 10/14/17
Freeland man grows pet composting business
VICE | 10/4/17
This Farm Wants to Compost Your Dead Pets
KREM | 9/30/17
Washington Startup Launches Pet Composting Business
WSVMA | Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference
Rooted will exhibit at the WSVMA Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference September 29 - October 1 at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center. Visit us at booth #1.
Seattle Times | 10/28/17
Company near Olympia will compost your dead pets
PetGuide.com | 10/25/2017
Rooted Up Offers Recomposition as an Alternative When Your Pet Dies
Psychology Today | 4/12/17
Natural Memorialization for Our Pets After They Pass: An Interview with Rooted