Posted on the 28th December 2022
The Vegan Land Movement has the goal of removing land from animal agriculture, and returning it to nature and Veganic farming.
Started in 2020, the Vegan Land Movement has removed four plots of land from animal agriculture, totalling 25 acres. They work online to generate interest and funds, bringing together vegans and those interested in enriching the environment, whilst helping to save animals from a life of suffering.
“This summer we completed our first set of species counts and we were all overjoyed at how much life had returned.”
By re-wilding the land, through allowing nature to flourish and planting trees, the Vegan Land Movement has totally transformed the areas of land it has purchased. From barren grazing land, the parcels are now thriving with life – and, not to forget, the land will no longer be used for exploiting animals.
The following photos show the species of animals – and plants – who have returned to the land following the Vegan Land Movement’s buy-outs and re-wilding work.
How can you help?
You can help support the work of the Vegan Land Movement, and stay up to date with their work by following them on Twitter: @VLandMovement – this is where they post updates about plots of land they plan to purchase, and updates on what they are doing on land they have already purchased. If you want to help by making a donation, you can do so here. And to find out more, click here to visit their website.
“[W]e save the land, we save species, we end the exploitation of farmed animals, we save the planet, and we create a vegan world acre by acre.”
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