The Berkeley Vegan Earth Day will be a fun-filled, action-packed day that focuses on the intersection of veganism and the environment. There will be a bevy of knowledgeable speakers, an eco chef battle, interactive Q&As, food demos, a panel discussion, and a film screening of Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home.
Location: David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way at Oxford St., Berkeley. Near downtown Berkeley BART. Time: 11 am to 6 pm. I’ll be speaking at 12.45 on how people who avoid meat are helping to save endangered species.
- We will have a series of speakers throughout the day, starting at 11:15 AM sharp.
- At any given time, there will be two to three speakers or events going on at once, including an eco-chef battle, the showing of the film Peaceable Kingdom, and food demos
- There will also be vendors selling and/or sampling their vegan and eco-friendly products. Come hungry!
- There will be a variety of amazing food for sale, lovingly made by catering companies and restaurants that are a part of this event. Plus, of course, many items to try out before you decide just how much of it you want to purchase to bring home with you!
Even if you can only attend for a portion of the day, you don’t want to miss this fun, educational, and inspiring event.