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Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.

Chief Seattle, 1855

Aren't "humane" animal products more sustainable?

Quite often, those promoting “humane” animal products suggest that these products are more sustainable than animal products from large industrialized operations. At first glance, this may seem to be true. When one pictures a traditional small-scale farm with large open pastures, and then, in contrast, a huge industrial facility surrounded by giant lagoons of waste products slowly leaching into the countryside, it seems like common sense that producing animal products on a small scale is better for the environment. However, the reality is far more complicated than these simple images suggest. The more fundamental question is whether any form of animal agriculture, if practiced on the scale needed to meet existing demand for animal products, is good for the environment, or sustainable.

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UN Reports

UN panel urges global move to meat- and dairy-free diet As the world‘s population surges towards a predicted 9.1 billion people by 2050, Western tastes for diets rich in meat and dairy products are unsustainable, says a United Nations panel on sustainable resource management...more

Vegetarian is the New Prius A UN report reveals that raising animals for food is a primary cause of land degradation, air pollution, water shortage, water pollution, loss of biodiversity, and not least of all, global warming. ...more


Suffering Ecosystems The life pulsing within ecosystems enjoys dependable shelter, species culture, social communities, abundant food, clean water, a lack of stress, and comfort. The decline of ecosystems brings immense, unfathomable suffering for sentient beings able to suffer pain, fear, discomfort, thirst, starvation, and distress, all very real issues caused by habitat loss....more
FarmKind The non-profit organization of former animal farmer Harold Brown, whose remarkable story of awakening conscience is told in Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home. He is now a public speaker on the global impact of animal agriculture, as well as its non-violent alternatives. He has helped other animal farmers transition toward sustainable, plant-based farming....more
Making the Connection - Farming This 5-minute video offers an overview of the many advantages of vegan organics, also called stock-free farming, a form of agriculture free of all artificial chemical products, genetically modified organisms, animal manures and slaughterhouse by-products....more
"Green" Eggs and Ham? Proponents of locavorism have some admirable goals, such as living with increased environmental responsibility and decreasing corporate domination of our food supply. Yet, locavorism as it is currently being promoted suffers from several fatal flaws that need to be addressed. ...more

We are creating hope out of the goodness. The premise behind the new human ecology and its Seven Results is simple: Life needs from us not one new behavior, but many.


This inspiring 12-minute video proposes: “There is a way to build a better world, driven by the innate goodness of people and their values for justice, kindness and compassion: for other people, for the planet, for the animals."

Food for All
Square Foot Gardening Intro Video
SFG Instructional Videos
SFG Book
Vegan Organic Network
Veganic Agriculture Network


Green Vegans
Mad Cowboy
Vegetarian is the New Prius

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