MAPPING VEGANIC FARMS IN NORTH AMERICA

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Veganic farms can be found around the world, but until today, finding them required detective work. Thanks to the work of Professor Mona Seymour at Loyola Marymount University, we are excited to share a map of self-identified veganic farms in North America. The map also includes farms that identify with a method that is veganic in its nature. For the purposes of this mapping project, veganic is defined as growing organically and without inputs from farmed (or formerly farmed) or exploited animals.

All farms listed here have commercial, charity, educational, or research components (on top of any subsistence function that the farm may have) – they are farms that bring veganic produce or knowledge to a broader community. These farms grow vegetables, fruits, grains, and other food items; the map does not include cannabis farms. Some of the farms on this map are not entirely vegan but might be featured because they exclusively use veganic methods on some of their fields. Click on the dots for details about each farm.

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If you are a veganic farmer and you would like to be added to this map, please contact Professor Seymour at mona.seymour@lmu.edu. You may also contact Professor Seymour if you are on this map and you would like to have your listing reflect more information (such as a bio or a picture of yourself), be edited, or be removed.

If using this map for data or as an image in research, teaching, or other venues, please cite. Preferred citation: Seymour, Mona. 2019. Map of North American Veganic Farms. https://arcg.is/1uOyPD. [Date accessed.]

For more information about the map please visit https://arcg.is/1uOyPD.