Veganic Agriculture Network

Promoting plant-based farming and gardening throughout North America

Most recent articles


Most recent articles


Forest Gardening in a Nutshell

Tuesday 25 November 2008

Forest gardening takes an ecosystem approach to growing food, by integrating fruit and nut trees with shrubs, herbs, roots, vegetables, fungi, and supporting fertility plants. Requiring an initial investment of time and energy, forest gardening is a long term, sustainable and low maintenance system that is well suited to those who have access to an area of land over a long period of time.



Establishing a Forest Garden

Tuesday 25 November 2008

Introduction to forest garden establishment, including land assessment, planning and research, and development of canopy, shrub level and ground level.



Forest Garden Establishment Project in Central Florida

Tuesday 25 November 2008

A detailed description of the establishment of a forest garden at Victoria Farm in Geneva, Florida, providing an example of the planning and research involved when beginning a forest garden.



Further Resources for Forest Gardening

Tuesday 25 November 2008

Organizations and books to further explore forest gardening, along with a listing of nurseries in North America that supply hard-to-find species.



Veganic Kiosk in Montreal, Nov 23rd

Monday 17 November 2008
On November 23rd, 2008 the Veganic Agriculture Network will have a kiosk at Montreal’s second annual vegetarian event, Grande Rencontre Vege / Big Veggie Gathering. This one-day bilingual event is co-organized by Stephane Groleau of the Veganic Agriculture Network, and last year had 150 (...)


Shangri-La (New Zealand)

Gentle World’s Vegan Paradigm Center
Thursday 4 September 2008

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. Their New Zealand property features large vegan organic vegetable gardens and an orchard of fruit and nut trees.



Veganics at NY’s Capital Region Veg Expo

Sunday 24 August 2008

On September 13th 2008 the Veganic Agriculture Network will have a booth at New York’s Capital Region Vegetarian Expo in Saratoga Springs.



Glascott Farm

Markdale, Ontario
Thursday 26 June 2008

Formerly using pigs as part of their biodynamic farming, Glascott Farm in Ontario is in the transition process to veganic agriculture.



Associated Press article

Saturday 14 June 2008

Released June 13th ’08, Melanie Dabovich from the Associated Press wrote an article about the veganic agriculture movement in North America. Interviewing Ron Khosla from Huguenot Street Farm in New York, Don Bustos from Santa Cruz Farm in New Mexico, and Stephane Groleau from the Veganic Agriculture Network, the journalist decribes the farmers’ motivations for farming veganically, and the direction of the veganic movement in North America.



Unexpected Farm

Watkins Glen, New York
Sunday 1 June 2008
Farmers Bill and Linda have 65 acres of land in Watkin’s Glen, New York. Most of the land is uncultivated, leaving natural spaces and habitats for wildlife. They farm about 3 acres of the land, and have used veganic practices since they began farming in 2001. On a separate part of their holding (...)


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