VegMichigan Highlights

Welcome to VegMichigan

A nonprofit organization promoting awareness of the health, environmental and ethical benefits of a plant-based diet.


 

Sponsors

 

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Patron

betterhealthedit

 

Contributors

 hillersSuburban

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 Well-fed world logo

Supporters

 Rustic MarketAndersen

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About Us


VegMichigan is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization promoting awareness of the health, ethical and environmental benefits of a plant-based, vegan lifestyle.

 

What We Do

VegMichigan works to educate the public about the many benefits of a plant-based, vegan lifestyle and provides support to anyone interested in a better way of living–one that is healthy, eco-friendly and humane toward all non-human animals. All outreach efforts are funded by memberships and donations.

VegMichigan offers year-round opportunities for learning, socializing and making our world a better place, including:

  • The annual VegFest
  • Classes, lectures, cooking demonstrations, library displays and other educational programs
  • Dinner Club outings to vegan-friendly restaurants
  • Monthly vegan potlucks
  • Monthly eNewsletter
  • Membership program offering free give aways, restaurant discounts, and free admission to our annual VegFest
  • Speakers available for local organizations
  • Library displays
  • A community of like-minded people to support you in your journey toward a healthy, ethical, environmentally responsible, plant-based diet.

Why Go Vegan?

More than 13,000,000 Americans have adopted a plant-based, vegan diet for one or more of these reasons:

  1. It’s healthier.Many studies show that a meatless diet lowers our risk for heart disease, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, osteoporosis, many cancers and food-borne illnesses. Vegan diets are typically high in fiber, antioxidants and phytochemicals, and low in saturated fat and cholesterol.
  2. It’s greener.The farming of animals for meat produces extensive pollution of our air, land and waters due to waste and methane gas emissions. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of environmental degradation and was cited in a recent United Nations report as contributing 18 percent of the cause of global warming–more than all transportation sources combined!
  3. It’s humane.Compassion for animals is growing, as the harsh realities of factory farming–overcrowding, filth, disease and cruelty–are increasingly being exposed. People are realizing it’s not necessary to eat animals for any reason.   A vegan lifestyle is a cruelty-free lifestyle!

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Upcoming Events

Sep
1
Tue
all-day VegMichigan’s Metro Detroit Sept... @ at Auburn Hills Oakland Community College Library
VegMichigan’s Metro Detroit Sept... @ at Auburn Hills Oakland Community College Library
Sep 1 all-day
Please check out our Library display the Auburn Hills Oakland Community College Library, 2900 Featherstone Rd., Auburn Hills, Mi. 48326. ... Read More >
7:00 pm VegMichigan’s Vegan 101 Cooking ... @ Rochester Hills Whole Foods
VegMichigan’s Vegan 101 Cooking ... @ Rochester Hills Whole Foods
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Attendees will learn the nutritional aspects of a plant-based diet and taste samples of the prepared food. These classes are ... Read More >
Sep
8
Tue
7:00 pm VegMichigan’s Vegan 101 Cooking ... @ Ann Arbor Whole Foods
VegMichigan’s Vegan 101 Cooking ... @ Ann Arbor Whole Foods
Sep 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Please join VegMichigan for this fun and informative cooking class. Attendees will learn the nutritional aspects of a plant-based diet ... Read More >
Sep
12
Sat
6:00 pm HomeGrown Festival @ VegMichigan at HomeGrown Festival
HomeGrown Festival @ VegMichigan at HomeGrown Festival
Sep 12 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
VegMichigan will be present at this event promoting the multiple benefits of a plant-based lifestyle.
Sep
16
Wed
8:00 am Wayne County Airport Authority 2...
Wayne County Airport Authority 2...
Sep 16 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
VegMichigan will be tabling at this event as well as doing a vegan cooking demonstration for attendees.  Susan’s cookbook, From ... Read More >

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