Northwest VEG Veganic Gardening GroupThe Northwest VEG Veganic Gardening Group promotes plant-based sustainable, low-impact gardening and farming. We share information on how to garden without using artificial pesticides and fertilizers, as well as without manures, fish waste, blood meal, or other animal-based products. Our efforts have positive impacts on health and the environment, plus encompass respect for all life.
Veganic Discussion GroupOur Discussion Group welcomes gardeners at all levels of experience who are interested in learning more about the 'why and how' of veganic practices. For those living in the Portland, Oregon metro area and SW Washington, we also have occasional get-togethers and field trips.
Click here to view the discussion or to join. You may be asked to create a google account before joining this group. If you don't receive a quick reply after you submit your application, check your spam filter. Then once you are active you will be able to 'edit your membership' to control how often you receive emails or to access them only on the web, and the ability to unsubscribe.
Articles and InformationVeganic Gardening Overview for the Home Gardener. A helpful introductory article that appeared in the November 2009 issue of the Northwest VEG Thymes.
Introduction to Veganics. A concise explanation of veganic agriculture on the Veganic Agricultural Network website.
Wikipedia: on vegan organic gardening
Other Veganic ResourcesInformation and links to other groups
Veganic Agriculture Network: Promoting plant-based farming and gardening throughout North America.
Vegan Organic Network: Based mainly in the United Kingdom, this group promotes veganic agriculture, referred to in the U.K as "Stock-free Organic Agriculture." They also publish the magazine "Growing Green International."
Gentle World: is a non-profit educational organization based in Hawaii and New Zealand. Their website provides a good read and covers all aspects of vegan living, including veganic agriculture.
Veganic Permaculture: is a website developed by Helen Atthowe, with powerpoint presentations and other useful links.
Hidden Oasis CSA: listing on the Local Harvest website, for Clark Co. WA.