After rehoming their cows to a sanctuary in Texas, Richard and Cindy Traylor are looking into growing hemp, bamboo, fava beans, and micronutrient-rich foods.
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All proceeds from ‘Ammamak (Let’s Eat) On Stolen Land will benefit Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, an urban Indigenous women-led trust facilitating the return of stolen land to Indigenous people.
There Was a Killing reveals first-hand video footage of the incident leading up to Russell’s death—who was killed by a slaughterhouse truck in June—and delves deeper into Bill 156, a new ag-gag law that director Shaun Monson says appears to be “a license to kill.”
Woman-owned brand The Cure•ist will donate ten percent of all net proceeds to help dismantle barriers to quality mental health services faced by Black communities.
Lemel Durrah, owner of Compton Vegan, seeks to raise $300,000 to open his first brick-and-mortar location in his hometown of Compton, CA.
Each three ounce bag includes 20 vitamins and minerals and is available in White Chedda, Hella Hot, Pizza Partay, and Chill Ranch flavors.
The multi-million dollar grant marks the government’s first investment in the cultivated meat sector.
In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, VegNews spoke with local entrepreneur Laura Jardon to get the scoop on how she’s bringing veganism to her small town.
Boxing apparel company Sanabul partners with Desserto—the Mexico-based company that made headlines last year for its innovative cactus leather—to debut the world’s first cactus leather boxing gloves.
After a successful launch, the initial 30-day Northwest Connexion Challenge program—which virtually connected nearly 2,500 seniors—will now continue through 2021.
Vegan ice cream brand Eclipse is teaming up with professional chefs to create exclusive, gourmet ice cream flavors with 100-percent of proceeds benefiting charity.