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    Learn How to Grow Your Garden the Vegan Way!

    Learn Veganic is on a mission to help people garden the vegan way, using entirely plant-based fertilizers.  In their upcoming online course, you’ll learn how to grow fruits and veggies using healthy, sustainable, and animal-friendly gardening techniques. Surprisingly, many gardens aren’t quite vegan, since fertilizers are often made with animal byproducts like bone meal and manure from factory farms.  Veganic gardening provides a solution, combining the benefits of organic gardening with an ethic of veganism. Veganic gardeners use entirely plant-based fertilizers, like veggie compost, alfalfa, and seaweed. And veganic gardeners help wildlife by creating habitat and attracting pollinators. Learn Veganic is offering a 14-hour online course starting February 15th, where…

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    International Vegan Film Festival Tickets On Sale

    This year’s International Vegan Film Festival will offer both in-person and online screenings. OTTAWA, Ontario — The fifth annual International Vegan Film Festival (IVFF) presented by Wicked Kitchen will show as a hybrid model in 2022, featuring an in-person screening on November 5 and online screenings running from November 7-21. Tickets are available for both screenings on the Festival website. Film categories include Best Overall Film, Animal Advocacy, Environmental Protection, Health & Nutrition, Lifestyle, and Public Service Announcement. Online Virtual FestivalNovember 7-21, 2022 The online virtual Festival will screen 44 films from eight countries and include 12 feature and 32 short vegan-themed films. Viewers can purchase an entire Festival pass…

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    Scholarships to support wildlife coexistence in Canada

    August 25, 2022 Scholarships to support wildlife coexistence in Canada Charity The Fur-Bearers offering arts and science scholarships for second year North Vancouver – Scholarships to support wildlife coexistence through the arts and scientific research are once again available from Canadian charity The Fur-Bearers.  Created in 2021, The Fur-Bearers’ Arts and Science Scholarship program supports individuals who are committed to improving coexistence with wildlife in Canada. The scholarships, one in an arts stream and one in a science stream, are awarded to support projects involving fur-bearing animals that promote coexistence with wildlife.  The arts stream is for projects that use the arts to engage with their communities and share the…