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North Carolina’s swine waste generates about 13 million pounds of manure and urine a day. The waste is flushed from barns into open-air lagoons, which release tons of methane gas. By shifting entirely to a plant-based diet Americans could reduce greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to 8,000 miles driven per year. More»

A plant-based diet can reduce your risk of heart disease and some cancers. Animal feed is allowed to have higher concentrations of pesticides than food for humans. More»

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Here are some recommended readings from our library—we hope you will enjoy our selection.
The Pig Who Sang to the Moon   The Lean   Vegan Cooking for Carnivores   More than a Meal   Vegetarian Forks Over Knives cookbook

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