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Catching up with the quick links

Catching up with the quick links

carnist meme from primate humanoI tend to post a lot of stuff on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr, and then I’m not sure if y’all see it. Here are some of the best links I came across recently, for those who prefer their vegan shenanigans WordPress-style.

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Survey: Do you want to meet with other vegans?

Club Veg has issued a survey – click through to weigh in!

Club Veg has been in hibernation for some time, and I’d like to see if there are enough people out there who are interested in seeing Club Veg become active again. I’d love to hear back from you if you are interested in having a veg group that gets together. Would you mind taking a very short survey to give me information to help me decide what to do with Club Veg? It shouldn’t take you more than 5 minutes to complete. Here is the link to take the survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VJ32PRP
Thanks – I look forward to hearing from you.

Click here to respond to the survey. Thanks to Club Veg for this organizing work!

Promote your vegan self!

Good morning Ithaca-area vegans: Here’s another reminder that if you’re not yet listed on the Find Ithaca Vegans page (or, if you have a food-related business, the Find Vegan Food page), you are very welcome to join us! Just leave a comment telling me who you are, and what your link is, and I’ll put you up there. It can be a blog, business, book, social group, portfolio, or any other website, as long as it’s animal-friendly and run by a local vegan.

These listings aren’t a commercial endeavor, they’re just a volunteer effort to promote Ithaca-area vegans, to help make us easier to find, so folks can patronize our businesses and read our blogs and so on.

Thanks to all of you awesome vegans out there, who make Ithaca such an animal-friendly (and delicious) place to live!

Promote yourself!

Locally-made Susies Seitan at Greenstar - photo by Aimee Dars Ellis

Locally-made Susie's Seitan at Greenstar. Photo: Aimee Dars Ellis

Are you vegan, even if you call it by a different name? Join our list of animal-friendly businesses, blogs, projects, organizations, and other vegan shenanigans in the Ithaca area. You’ll make yourself easier to find, and by helping make that list of vegan folks longer, you’re helping show visitors and new vegans how much this community loves animals.

If you make vegan food locally and want others to know about it, leave a comment on our Find Vegan Food! page with your link.

Sometimes I’m not sure if people want to be listed, so if you know me but you’re not listed yet and want to be, please do let me know. Thanks everybody!