Park City Mayor Andy Beerman did a 10 day vegan challenge but it didn’t stop there. He and his wife, Thea are enjoying the healthy changes they have made and the positive impact it’s having on the planet. We look forward to working together on what is next for Park City and beyond. Read more of what Andy had to say here.
Sage Mountain founders Lauren Lockey and Dave Swartz join KPCW’s This Green Earth to discuss the many environmental impacts of eating meat and dairy – and the equally many benefits of employing a more plant based diet.
Park City Takes The Vegan Challenge
Park City locals Kent Maurer and Lauren Lockey speak on PCTV about the upcoming 7-day challenge. Mayor Andy Beerman will be joining – anyone and everyone is welcome to join this opportunity to not only open your eyes to more abundance of colorful foods, but also learn about the issues going on today, and the impact our diet has on them.
Join Park City Mayor Andy Beerman for a 10-day vegan diet starting Monday. The Mayor agreed to try a 10-day plant based vegan diet and he’s encouraging others to join him. Shortly after the election, local vegan advocate Kent Mauer asked the new mayor if he’d bill willing to set an example. Beerman says now is the time.
Read the full article here.
PCTV’s Mountain Morning Show interviews Lauren Lockey about her food mission and her goals with Sage Mountain, and some of the amazing vegan food alternatives.
Lauren Lockey talks to Fox 13 about Sage Mountain and why it was started. During the segment she showcases several simple vegan appetizers.
Sage Mountain’s co-founder Lauren Lockey with plant based athlete Craig Gordon talked about health, movies, and how to live longer while being a better friend to our mother Earth. Click here for more information about the film What The Health.
Co-founder Lauren Lockey interviews with KPCW on behalf Sage Mountain’s “compassionate traditions” campaign. Click the link below to listen:
(Lauren’s interview starts at 34:28)
An urgent letter was sent to management at Fassio Egg Farm, pleading with the company to rehome some of the hens who managed to survive the fire disaster this morning at their factory farm.
More than 100,000 hens died miserable deaths today, as they were unable to escape from their crammed cages while the flames and smoke closed in. While our sanctuary only has the resources to provide a good home for a handful of chickens who survived this inferno, for these individuals, it will make a world of difference. They deserve the chance to live the remainder of their lives in peace.
Read more about the fire at Fassio here