Have you ever worked so hard that you fell asleep in a duck coop? Made friends with a turkey? Observed the world from the point of view of a rooster? No? Then let our summer intern, Katie, tell you all about her weeks at the sanctuary. . . . → Read More: My Summer at VINE Sanctuary
Two dozen multi-colored roosters descend on a chicken sanctuary, changing everything — for the better. . . . → Read More: When Fine-Feathered Friends Fly In
A longtime animal advocate reflects on the common practice of calling adult animals boys and girls, wondering if this reflects and reinforces human supremacy. . . . → Read More: Good Boys and Sweet Girls
Here are some recommendations for self-education on MLK Day. . . . → Read More: What to Do Today
VINE Sanctuary challenges vegans to spend MLK Day educating themselves about past and ongoing anti-racist struggles, and we challenge vegan and animal liberation organizations to encourage their own followers to do the same. Plan now, so you will be ready on the day itself! . . . → Read More: The MLK Day Vegan Challenge
You don’t have to be rich to make a major financial contribution to a sanctuary. Holding a house party can be a fun way to raise funds for a favorite sanctuary while promoting veganism and strengthening your local vegan community. Here’s how! . . . → Read More: How to Hold a House Party for Your Favorite Sanctuary
Our top blog posts this year included a couple of perennial favorites along with several new “VINE classics.” Check out the lists to make sure you didn’t miss anything! . . . → Read More: Best Blog Posts of 2015
Blake began the year in a bad way. A survivor of dairying who is among the eldest female cows at the sanctuary, Blake went down and couldn’t get back up —a potential death sentence for cows— on one of the most frigid early days of 2015.
We were all so worried, but we knew what . . . → Read More: 2015 in Review
Inspired by a peacock, VINE Sanctuary cofounder pattrice jones reflects on the promise and peril of vegan style. . . . → Read More: Peacocks, Parakeets, and the Two Sides of Style
Tthe festival of carnivorous gluttony known as Thanksgiving followed by the carnival of consumerism known as Black Friday offer a case in point of the intersections among colonialism, capitalism, animal exploitation, and environmental degradation. You can resist by dedicating the weekend to playful and productive activities. Live nearby? Come to our volunteer work party! Live elsewhere? Check out our list of other things to do. . . . → Read More: Instead of Shopping… Volunteer!