Join Debbie Garman of the Tualatin Valley Beekeepers Association as she discusses how commercial bee keeping and honey production is harming bees, along with ways that you can positively support local bee populations.
Dr Ersson practiced as a board certified family physician at the Multnomah County Health Department for twenty years, until his recent retirement. He studied medicine at the Oregon Health and Sciences University in Portland. He and his spouse, Mitre are founding members of NWVeg and have been very active for over 15 years.
Odd Man Inn Animal Refuge works to help their animal "residents" become ambassadors for their own kind by sharing candidly the challenges and triumphs behind running a farmed animal sanctuary. Wendy Smith, Co-Founder of Odd Man Inn, works as a registered nurse for humans and a wildlife nurse for non-humans at Rowena Wildlife Clinic.
NW VEG is excited to offer a vegan banquet at Yuan Su to celebrate the Harvest Moon Festival. The custom 8-course meal will have many new dishes (some off menu): mock chicken with sweet corn soup, lemon grass lamb hot pot, mushroom sizzling platter, rice noodles, and assorted mushroom and fresh vegetable dishes. Tip included in cost. Register here by 9/10.
We educate and encourage people to make vegan choices for a healthy, sustainable, and compassionate world.
Northwest VEG is dedicated to bringing awareness to the power of a plant-based, vegan lifestyle and helping support people in their transition toward making healthier, more sustainable & compassionate food choices. We welcome everyone and encourage you to explore the issues at your own pace.