Have you heard of “veganic”? It’s a combination of plant-based and organic – and its’ very popular. Read about farmers using the veganic method of growing their crops.
Villands Vånga Veganträdgård
Villands Vånga Veganträdgård is a small-scale farm that has farmed without animal inputs for 10 years. In the early years we focused on self-sufficiency but later transitioned to be a centre for veganic farming education. As interest in veganic farming is rising, and with the realisation of the internationally recognised Biocyclic Vegan standard and certification, we are now working towards becoming a certified Biocyclic Vegan farm.
Rowdy Girl Veganic Farm
Rowdy Girl Veganic Farm started out in Angleton Texas in 2015 but we got flooded 3 times and had to regroup in Waelder TX after we moved in 2020. Now that we are stable, we have a one-acre veganic farm full of lush food and fruit trees that are we planted in 2020. We host volunteers to work in the garden and are passionate about letting everyone know that veganic agriculture is the future. Our next step is to have an old fashioned produce stand out by alongside our property on FM 1296 to sell fresh food and educate the rural community around us about Rowdy Girl Sanctuary, the Rancher Advocacy Program and the Rowdy Girl Veganic Farm.
One Degree Organic Farmers
Meet the farmers and producers at the heart of One Degree Organic Foods. Share in their passion for growing nature’s best foods using time-honored and proven methods that are always free of animal by-products and help support and maintain healthy soil, healthy communities, and healthy people.
Grow Where You Are
GWYA has shaped and fed Atlanta for over 10 years. The collective creates enterprise through food production and our farms and gardens radiate with biodiversity and economic productivity. Their methods produce delicious local food and demonstrate systems that eliminate harm to animals and compost waste. They envision food abundance, when farms are focal points, producing and sharing nutrition between urban and agricultural communities.