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Make the Vegan Resolution post image

What could be a better way of recognizing the season of self-improvement than by resolving to minimize one’s harm to other sentient beings? With veganism gaining greater popularity than ever before, and with new vegan products and services appearing on the market all the time, it has never been easier to make the resolution. For […] Read More

Growing Tips from Meadow

Growing Tips from Meadow post image

As a veganic gardener, your options for fertilizing the soil are different to those of an organic farmer, who uses just about everything under the sun as long as it is not chemical. I don’t use any blood and bone, any fish or animal guts or anything like that. Compost is very good if you’re […] Read more

Spreading The Vegan Message post image

by Luise Schmerbach Dear Gentle World, Thank you for showing me this beautiful place. During these past 11 days, I’ve learned a lot about veganic gardening, communal living and also even more about veganism. I came here as a vegan, but I leave even more passionate about it and more passionate about spreading this important […] Read more

Veganic Gardening with Butterflies post image

Your compost is the most important thing for veganic gardening. You save your vegetables and fruit peels in a pile, add to compost pile and cover with hay, and flip it. It has to aerate a certain amount of time depending on the environment, region, how hot it is – it could be three months, six months, a […] Read more

Be Fair Be Vegan 2017

Be Fair Be Vegan 2017 post image

We are beyond excited to share with our readers the news that Be Fair Be Vegan, a powerful animal justice campaign run by Be Fair Be Vegan in partnership with Gentle World, will continue to bring its uncompromising vegan message to locations around the United States and beyond. The campaign’s website recently announced that Be Fair Be […] Read more

Veganic Growing in Action post image

Many of our visitors are vegans who want to learn how to grow their own food without the use of animal products. At both of our visitor center locations (Hawaii and New Zealand) our demonstration gardens show the principles of veganic growing in action. It’s always a joy to give people the opportunity to reconnect with where the food we eat comes from, especially since the […] Read more

Be Fair, Be Vegan

Be Fair, Be Vegan post image

Throughout the month of August, in the middle of Times Square, directly above the Good Morning America studios, and just a few blocks from the New York Times, a billboard was visible overhead that few could pretend not to notice. Amongst a barrage of self-promotion by corporate interests seeking personal gain, for four full weeks, one message of hope stood proud and powerful in its uncompromising […] Read more

Gentle World Plant-Based Healing Seminar post image

On October 23rd, Island-based cardiologist Lawrence Derbes spoke at the Gentle World educational center in North Kohala, bringing his message of plant-based healing to dozens of inspired attendees. After 23 years of practicing cardiology, Dr. Derbes abandoned his practice of performing cardiac catheterizations and other interventional procedures in 2013, in favor of practicing strictly preventive care, with an emphasis […] Read more

A Vegan Manifesto post image

In four years as a vegan, I’m still grappling with the fact that I have yet to have a single authentic conversation with a non-vegan on the issue of using animals for food. Those who choose veganism often filter their true feelings, and here’s why: Vegans tend to be ridiculed by society. It’s clear in […] Read more

My Way Home

My Way Home post image

Anke Hagen, Hanover, North Germany I grew up in South Africa and experienced a number of transformative, life-changing events at an early receptive age, like trying to bargain with a female witch doctor who worked for my parents when she wanted to slaughter some chickens in our garden, whom she had “procured” for her magic. […] Read more