Veganic Agriculture Network

Promoting plant-based farming and gardening throughout North America

Most recent articles


Most recent articles


Why composting is important

Wednesday 14 October 2015
We encourage everyone to compost, even if you’re not currently a farmer or gardener. Composting is an essential act for all groups and individuals, to help protect our collective airways, waterways, and nutrient stocks. Did you know that up to 40% of household waste can be composted? Not to (...)


Vegetable compost how-to

Wednesday 14 October 2015
When we have access to compost, it’s very simple to grow veganically. Anywhere that someone might use manure or other animal products, vegetable compost can be used to boost the plants. Compost can be used for seedlings, in backyard gardens, in container gardens, and in fields. The "black gold" (...)


Veganic internship opportunities in 2015

Monday 9 February 2015

Veganic internship opportunities in 2015



Veganic Permaculture Design Course in Kentucky in 2015

Monday 2 February 2015

Graham Burnett will be offering a veganic Permaculture Design Course (PDC) at Wild Earth Farm and Sanctuary in Kentucky from June 20th to July 2nd, 2015.



The Vegan Book of Permaculture

By Graham Burnett
Monday 2 February 2015

This book combines ethical vegan recipes with permaculture principles for ecological living and gardening.



Organic no-till agroecology & permaculture at Woodleaf Farm

ONLINE-VIDEO
Monday 3 February 2014

This video showcases an integrative approach to fertility, insect management and disease reduction at Woodleaf Farm.



Sourcing and saving seeds

Tuesday 7 January 2014

Basic how-to on buying, producing, selecting and preserving seeds.



Gentle World

Saturday 2 November 2013

Gentle World is a vegan educational organization and intentional community with two locations: one on the Big Island of Hawaii, and one on the North Island of New Zealand.



Forest Gardening: Cultivating an Edible Landscape

Robert Hart
Tuesday 13 August 2013
This book presents the philosophy that lead Robert Hart to develop the first Forest Garden in a temperate climate.


The Ruth Stout System of permanent hay mulching

Tuesday 18 June 2013

With the Ruth Stout technique, gardens are established and maintained using a thick layer of hay mulch. This eliminates the need for digging, fertilizing and watering.



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