Want to learn about how people can make a difference for animals in their own homes? What vitamin vegans need to take? Where you can find delicious vegan cheeses in the Twin Cities?
Find the answers to all of this and more in the new issue of Twin Cities Veg Living, our annual outreach and education magazine. Read it online or grab a physical copy for yourself and a friend who might be considering going veg at any of our events throughout 2020.
Those who donated $25 or more over the past three years will get a copy mailed to their homes.
If you know of a place that could host some magazines, let us know. We’re happy to get some there or work with you to distribute them.
Time for thanks
We want to extend a huge thank you to all of those who made this year’s issue of Twin Cities Veg Living possible. CAA Communications Coordinator Emily Nyberg coordinated the project and designed the magazine. Laura Carroll provided the majority of the magazine’s photography. The following individuals contributed additional photos, articles, editing, and proofreading for this year’s issue: Henry Patterson, Ian Hoxworth, Karla Moreno-Bryce of Nutritious Vida, Ava Kian, Lisa Neumann and Katherine Pardue of Hark!, Rochelle Lund, Georgia Brandau, Brita Bengtson, Jacquelyn Cortopassi, Laura VanZandt, Maya Ulrich, Alicia Sanders of Piggy Haven, Danielle Pederson-Opsahl of Anna Lake Animal Sanctuary, Julie Knopp, Laura Matanah, Chris Homsey, and Theresa Zingery. Thank you!!
We look forward to sharing the magazine throughout the year at our events and local veg hot spots. We hope you’ll share it with friends to let them know about the suffering farmed animals experience and show them how they can make a difference with their everyday choices.
If you want to support the creation and distribution of Twin Cities Veg Living and other CAA outreach tools, please make a donation to CAA today.
Please note: Views expressed in Twin Cities Veg Living by contributing writers, editors, advertisers, sanctuaries, businesses, other entities, individuals, and/or the public are independent, and may not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of Compassionate Action for Animals.