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Fine Dining for Farmed Animals

When vegan restaurants support farmed animal sanctuaries, it’s win-win for everybody! On September 7 in Boston, True Bistro will host a “Night for VINE.” You can support the sanctuary by asking a vegan restaurant in your town to do the same. . . . → Read More: Fine Dining for Farmed Animals

An Open Invitation to Wayne Pacelle

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Let us use our skills at care-taking and creative problem-solving in ethically complex situations to help you see how HSUS can lead the way to a healthy, plant-based agricultural economy. . . . → Read More: An Open Invitation to Wayne Pacelle

An Open Letter to HSUS Staff Members

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VINE cofounder pattrice jones urges staff members of the Humane Society of the United States to speak up within the organization in order to break the institutional consensus that has led the farmed animal division to sponsor a festival of animal killing. . . . → Read More: An Open Letter to HSUS Staff Members

Building Community Through Veganism: Queer Veg*n Speak Out

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VINE’s recent Queer Veg*n Speak-Out took an interesting turn, leading to an important conversation about the ill-effects of the implicit whiteness of mainstream veganism. “Listen in” on the conversation in this recap provided by our Community Engagement Coordinator, Brandie. . . . → Read More: Building Community Through Veganism: Queer Veg*n Speak Out

Flowers in the Vegetable Garden?

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Flowers in the vegetable garden can both spice up your vegan diet and be part of a veganic process of gardening by setting up vibrant and dynamic plant communities. . . . → Read More: Flowers in the Vegetable Garden?

The Oxen at the Intersection

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In The Oxen at the Intersection, VINE Sanctuary cofounder pattrice jones analyzes the campaign to “Save Bill and Lou” as a case study in animal advocacy, with sometimes surprising conclusions. . . . → Read More: The Oxen at the Intersection

Summer Reading via VINE

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This spring has brought the release of two new anthologies, each with a chapter by one of VINE’s cofounders. The books are The Ethics of Captivity, edited by Lori Gruen, which includes a chapter by VINE cofounder Miriam Jones, and Ecofeminism edited by Carol J. Adams and Lori Gruen, which includes a chapter by . . . → Read More: Summer Reading via VINE

10 Ways You Can Support the Sanctuary (without Writing a Check)

You don’t have to be rich, or even solvent, to help VINE raise the funds to keep the sanctuary going. Here are 10 ways you can help us keep everybody fed, housed, and healthy while maintaining the sanctuary buildings and grounds. . . . → Read More: 10 Ways You Can Support the Sanctuary (without Writing a Check)

A Walk in the Park

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Helping VINE raise funds can be as easy as a walk in the park! Brandie and her friends raised money to support the animals at VINE Sanctuary by strolling around Jamaica Pond. . . . → Read More: A Walk in the Park

Coming Out Vegan: My Path to Veganism

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VINE’s cofounder Miriam Jones describes her path to veganism and explains why our alternate acronym is “Veganism Is Not Enough.” . . . → Read More: Coming Out Vegan: My Path to Veganism