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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

Third Time’s a Charm: My Path to Veganism

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From economic and health obstacles to building vegan community, Brandie shares the story of the path that began when she discovered the word “vegan” at age 14. . . . → Read More: Third Time’s a Charm: My Path to Veganism

Get Exercised for Animals!

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Do you like to hike, bike, swim, walk, roll, kayak, canoe or anything else that takes you across a measurable distance? Then we invite you to hold your own, private or public, walk- bike- or whatever-a-thon for the birds and other animals at VINE. . . . → Read More: Get Exercised for Animals!

Getting Grounded

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Care for the living soil, including its underground animals, is the key to successful veganic gardening. Here are some tips, along with a list of vegan soil amendments to be used in lieu of common animal-based organic gardening products. . . . → Read More: Getting Grounded

V is for Activism

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VINE Sanctuary’s new Community Engagement Coordinator introduces herself and explains why VINE’s intersectional approach to animal liberation is so important to her. . . . → Read More: V is for Activism