is an evolving vegan homestead and education center located near
State College, PA. We seek to build a more peaceful and
sustainable world through our living example and through
education about the importance of a plant-based diet, the
benefits of veganic homesteading, and empowering others along
the path to making the transition. Our current activities focus
on local food production including organic gardens, small
fruits, nuts, mushrooms, and maple syrup. We are happy to host
visitors, give tours, and work with small groups to host
educational workshops centered on plant-based living and eating.
Please email us at
Visit our vegan homesteading blog.
Compassion Club Book Now Available -
Kelle's book based on the research she did for her Master's in
Humane Education degree is now available. The book's title
is "Compassion Club: Nurturing the Compassion of High School
Girls Through Activism." The book is a handbook for
establishing Compassion Club, an after-school club for high
school girls that will nurture their compassion through active
involvement in meaningful environmental, animal rights, and/or
human rights issues. Click
here to order book via Amazon.
Central PA Raw Vegans - new raw vegan
food group started at Ahimsa now meeting monthly in the State
College, PA area. If you
are curious about raw vegan eating
join our group.
Inner Transition Group - Do you grieve at the
continued destruction of the natural world? Do you have anxities
and fears about how you will be able to make the transition to a
post-peak lifestyle? Then consider joining the new Inner
Transition Group. We meet monthly at the
Unitarian Fellowship in State College to provide
emotional/spiritual support and encouragement for making the
inner transition. Contact Bob Flatley at e4bob at
yahoo.com for more information.
Inner Transition Group - 1 & 3 Sundays at Unitarian Fellowship,
out our Past Events