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Welcome to the Vegan Organic Network (VON) Newsletter!

‘Veganic’ is a combination of two words ‘vegan’ and ‘organic’. It’s a guarantee that food is grown in an organic way with only plant based fertilizers, encouraging functional biodiversity so pesticides are not necessary. No chemicals, no GMO and no animal by products in any part of the chain.
Veganic food is resilient to the largest problems facing humanity i.e. environmental destruction, pollution of the sea and air and soil erosion.
Veganic otherwise we are dependent on animal agriculture, chemicals, pesticides and herbicides.
In essence, veganic is a logical step beyond organic for those who seek safe food grown in a sustainable manner.

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Veganic Food Sale Manchester 10th July 2019

The word ‘superfood’ gets bandied about a lot. Well, after eating totally veganic food for a week and knowing that all the produce was grown 100% cruelty free, I felt great!
We had peaches, apricots and oranges grown by Biocyclic veganic farms in Greece. Shumei agriculture provided chocolate from their farms in Madagascar, and pasta, olive oil and vinegar from Italy, which are available online. Spinach, chard, salad leaves, kale, cucumbers, beetroot, shallots, fresh garlic, and onions came from Growing with Grace in Clapham, Yorkshire. Jane Graham made a delicious veganic pasta salad using a combination of the ingredients with herbs from her garden.

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Open letter to politicians: consider plant-based food supplies as a solution for climate warming and biodiversity loss

In an open letter we call on politicians to seriously consider a vegan food supply. Our initiative, in collaboration with the Even No Meat Foundation, is co-signed by 30 organizations. Read below the open letter that has been sent to the permanent Second Chamber LNV committee.

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Humanity must save insects to save ourselves, leading scientist warns

Humanity must save insects, if not for their sake, then for ourselves, a leading entomologist has warned.

“Insects are the glue in nature and there is no doubt that both the [numbers] and diversity of insects are declining,” said Prof Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson, at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. “At some stage the whole fabric unravels and then we will really see the consequences.”

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It’s not just about the bees – earthworms need love, too

Earthworms are not doing very well at the moment. This year, a scientific study found that 42% of fields surveyed by farmers were seriously deficient in earthworms; in some fields they were missing altogether.

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Revealed: UK government failing to tackle rise of serious air pollutant

One of the most potent air pollutants is on the rise in the UK, but the government has no comprehensive monitoring, little enforcement, and almost no funding or clear plan to reduce the emissions, an investigation has found.

Evidence obtained by a joint investigation by the Guardian, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and Channel 4 News suggests that at least 3,000 deaths each year could be avoided if agricultural ammonia emissions were halved.

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Veganism Is The Next Logical Step For Extinction Rebellion

‘It’s important that we work together to achieve change. Animal agriculture is the leading cause for the climate crisis and a group that claims to rebel against the system needs to take this into stronger consideration’


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Governments and firms in 28 countries sued over climate crisis 

More than 1,300 legal actions over global heating brought since 1990, say researchers.
Climate action lawsuits against governments and corporations have spread across 28 countries, according to a new analysis.

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What if we could all support and help build a totally sustainable farming system—one that puts energy back into the earth, leaves animals out of the equation altogether, and draws on existing harvests for fertilizer? That’s what we try to accomplish in every One Degree Organics harvest and production. 


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Veganic Gardening Tips for July

  • Weed, water, mulch plants before going on holiday
  • Hoe weeds regularly to prevent seeds forming
  • Save water from salad and vegetable washing, for use on the garden

*We are referring you to Garden Organic's excellent growing know how but please be aware they recommend techniques that are not always veganic in regards to fertility or pest and disease.

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Shumei Agriculture

“Just like music or painting, farming is an art whose product touches your soul.”
Up and coming courses at Shumei Yatesbury.
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