PCTV Interviews Lauren Lockey About Food Mission and Goals for Sage Mountain

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.

Fox 13 Segment Features Co-Founder Lauren Lockey

Lauren Lockey talks to Fox 13 about Sage Mountain and why it was started. During the segment she showcases several simple vegan appetizers.

Watch the video here


Co-Founder Lauren Lockey and Plant Based Athlete Craig Gordon on PCTV

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

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)

Fire at Fassio Egg Farm

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

September issue of Slug magazine

We had a great time with Slug Magazine! We are grateful to be featured in this September’s local food issue. Click HERE for full article.

Vega Promo For The People

If you are active or on the go, you don’t want to miss this! We would like to share an offer from one of the best plant based nutrition companies on the market, Vega. Local plant powered athlete and friend, Alisha Niswander is partnering with Vega to offer you 10% off on your purchase. In addition to that, another 10% of your purchase will go directly to Sage Mountain. Enjoy delicious plant powered protein, recovery and snack items PLUS help one of your favorite animal sanctuaries in the meantime. That’s a win-win if we’ve ever heard one. Here is a picture of some of Alisha’s daily go-to Vega products.

Please don’t hesitate to drop her a line with any questions. Check out their website and take 10% off your MSRP pricing! Remember, they will match that discount and send it directly to Sage Mountain.

Any order over $100 will receive a free Vega Blender Bottle so you can shake your nutrition on the go!
Orders must be in to Alisha by September 15th! Don’t hesitate to contact her with any questions regarding the product or pricing!
Alisha Niswander
Mountain Vista Touring
(435) 640-2979

Thirsty First Thursday: August 3, 2017 at 6 pm

Join Sage Mountain: An Advocate for Farmed Animals for an evening of vital conversation and inspiration at Este Pizza  in Park City! We will be joined by Utah Animal Rights Coalition  director and SLC Vegfest organizer, Amy Meyer who will speak on behalf of the most recent First Amendment victory for farmed animals and update us with exciting news and speakers at this year’s Vegfest! We will also hear from local athlete and yogi, Michelle Sharer about her most recent Plant Powered Challenge and how this experience shifted her entire view on nutrition, health, and well-being. Virtual reality ianimal experiences will be available through our partnership with Animal Equality Appetizers are being graciously donated by Este pizza. Everyone is responsible for their own pizza and beverages. The event is outside in their courtyard which is absolutely lovely on a summer night. Hope to see you there!
RSVP to lauren@sagemtn.org

Sage Mountain on Fox 13

Thanks for stopping by Fox 13! See story here

Sage Mountain and FFAC at Treasure Mountain Jr. High

The Treasure Mountain Junior High Students in Susan Graves-Henneman’s 8th grade health class had a chance to learn about the effects of plant based nutrition and farm animal advocacy.  Carolyn Murray from KPCW visited the school and files this report