Ever heard of an Earthship? Curious about Off Grid Living? Interested in Sustainable Construction Methods?
Adam Klauba will be sharing his personal experience on an Earthship Project and the Earthship Academy he attended in Colonia, Uruguay in February, 2019. Click to read more about Adam and this presentation.
Seth Tibbott is a visionary who has created success from a simple idea: we need to transform eating in a way that is compassionate, saves our planet, and nurtures our health. His dedication to making healthy plant-based foods has made Tofurky and other meat-alternatives mainstream in our society.
Join us for food and friends at our monthly Portland potluck, and then hear Dr. Daniel Chong talk about diet as a treatment for prevention and even reversal of heart disease.
Science Matters: Dr. Julie Sinistore will examine the impacts of our food from production through consumption and discuss the science to help answer questions and dispel myths about food and sustainability. This is a free event!
Sandy Potluck and Talk: Food Choices Change Everything: Personal Health, Planet Health, and Animal Compassion!
Join us for a wonderful vegan potluck at 5pm followed at 5:45pm with a transformational video by Brenda Davis, RD and an in-person presentation by Mr. Chuck Underwood at 6pm. Chuck says, “Let me share my story about why and how I became a vegan. Come check it out, it’s easier than you think!” Taste a recipe! And watch how it’s made!
DON’T MISS THIS LIFE-CHANGING EVENT!
*If you participate in the 5pm Potluck, please bring:
1. A plant-based dish (no animal products) to share with all (homemade or store-bought is fine!).
2. A card listing ingredients.
3. Your own plate/cutlery/cup etc.
4. And your awesome self!
NOTE: NW VEG potlucks are alcohol-free events.
Come to the 5pm potluck or the presentation at 5:45pm, or both
DOOR PRIZES! SAMPLES! FOOD DEMONSTRATION!
Join this month’s Vancouver potluck: The Environmental Impacts of Food Choices with Dr. Julie Sinistore. Julie will examine the impacts of food choices from production through consumption and ask tough questions about if being vegan is enough to ensure the protection of endangered ecosystems.
Following our Portland monthly vegan potluck on this day before Earth Day, hear Dr. Russell Marz talk about how a healthy diet can help sustain the world as well as our own personal health.
Hear Brian Posewitz of Humane Voters Oregon tell us about the bills that can help or can hurt animals now being debated at the Oregon Legislature, following our monthly Portland vegan potluck with great food and friends.
After our monthly Portland potluck, DEQ environmental specialist and Northwest VEG Co-President Peter Spendelow will present a talk on Plastics and the Environment. We’ll be talking about what plastics can and cannot be recycled, marine debris, fishing nets, albatrosses, compostable plastic, and much more.
Late Breaking News!!! Dr. Ellis, the presenter for the NW Veg Vancouver Potluck on January 24th, had to cancel and is unavailable for the presentation. Due to this late notification, we have not been able to get a replacement presenter and will therefore show a documentary film “Vegan 2018”, (the year in review). occupational, personal and environmental exposures are foundational to healing the patient with cancer.
Welcome Laughing Planet to Camas/Vancouver!
Please join us for a Vegan Happy Hour at Laughing Planet’s newest location right here in Vancouver/Camas! Choose from vegan dishes such as the Autumn Bento featuring soy-pork or any of a number of dishes that are either vegan or can be prepared vegan. RSVP
Staying Healthy Through the Holidays
Please join us for our monthly potluck to break bread with fellow vegans and those who are interested in a plant-based diet. Each person brings a vegan plate with a list of ingredients, typically one of their favorite dishes to be shared with friends.
This month’s speaker will be Sara O’Leary, Registered Dietitian addressing eating over the holidays. Sara earned a masters degree in Nutrition from Bastyr University. She provides nutritional counselling here in Vancouver and teaches at Lifestyle Medicine Group’s Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP).
Due to the holidays, we will have just this one potluck for November and December. In January we will return to normal schedule on the last Thursday of the month.
Please bring a vegan dish to share and list your ingredients.