Veganic Agriculture Network

Promoting plant-based farming and gardening throughout North America

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Most recent articles


Flyer for distribution - Are your vegetables Veganic?

Thursday 15 May 2008

This flyer introduces people to the concept of veganics, and to the veganic agriculture network. We encourage people to print copies for distribution.



Our plans

Thursday 15 May 2008
To promote veganic agriculture in North America, these are our plans: Make an internet discussion group for people who are interested in veganic agriculture. Create a website, www.goveganic.net, where people can learn about veganic principles, techniques, and resources. Centralize the (...)


The soil food web

Thursday 15 May 2008
There is more life in the ground than above in the ground. Healthy soil is flourishing with microorganisms, and the complex interactions between the flora and the fauna create a soil food web. This diagram shows a simplified version of the soil food web with the different organisms that are (...)


Veganics at Vegetarian Summerfest

Thursday 15 May 2008

This June 2008, Stephane and Meghan from the Veganic Agriculture Network will be promoting veganics at Vegetarian Summerfest in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Stephane will be leading talks about veganic farming and gardening, and we will distribute flyers to introduce people to the ideas.



International veganic networks

Tuesday 13 May 2008

Following the lead of the U.K.-based Vegan Organic Network, there are now international networks serving different parts of the world.



Articles about veganic agriculture

Tuesday 13 May 2008

Varied internet articles about veganic agriculture.



If you are a grower

Monday 12 May 2008

Farmers and gardeners are key to the growth of the veganics movement. Whether you already grow veganically, would like to transition, or are simply interested in learning more, there are many ways to get involved.



If you are a consumer

Monday 12 May 2008

As a consumer, there are many ways that you can further the veganic movement. In fact, it is often consumer support that enables small farms to practice veganic agriculture.



Join the veganic discussion group

Monday 12 May 2008
We created a yahoo group to facilitate discussion between people who have an interest in veganic farming and gardening, primarily in North America. This forum can be used to learn more, to seek advice from farmers and gardeners, to gain knowledge when transitioning to veganic, to ask questions (...)


100% organic, from start to finish

Thursday 8 May 2008

Animal-based fertilizers, like manure and blood meal, often come from animals that were not raised organically. They may have been exposed to chemicals, GMO feed, hormones, and antibiotics. Veganic growers can maintain fertility on their own holding using completely organic plant-based techniques, ensuring that the entire cycle of agriculture is 100% organic.



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