Planted Life shows our support to the organisations, events, charities and campaigns that speak the same language as us. Many of them support a meat-free lifestyle, even if momentary or occasional. These like-minded entities promote an ethical and mindful approach to food, nutrition, consumption and our environment. Some are local to Melbourne; others are part of the wider Australian & worldwide community.
We are about identifying the people who have determination, passion and drive to promote a message that will benefit all creatures great or small – not just we humans, but all life on our planet. If you would like us to promote your meat-free, ethical or like-minded organisation (or one that you know) on this page, we encourage you to email us.
Please visit their web pages to find out more.
Plant Fit Summit
Launched in September 2017 you will find 33 of the world’s top health & fitness experts (including Planted Life) sharing their best tips on how to be Plant Fit. From leading doctors, world-class coaches and athletes to people who have overcome obesity, diabetes, heart disease and drug/food addictions the Plant Fit Summit resource is a wealth of education and knowledge.
Meat Free Week
Eat less, care more, feel good. Are you up for the challenge?
Meat Free Week happens in September of each year and is designed to get you thinking and talking about meat – how much you eat, where it comes from and what it’s doing to your health and to the health of the planet. Plus it raises much needed funds for Bowel Cancer Australia.
So whether you are looking to reduce your meat intake or already live a meat free lifestyle, this week is about raising awareness to the broader community about the state of our meat production and consumption. To learn more about this very important week in March and what you can do to get involved, not to mention what you can eat visit www.meatfreeweek.org
Meat Free Monday
Meat Free Monday is a not-for-profit campaign to show everyone the value of eating less meat. Its not about giving up meat completely its about reducing your consumption, even if for one day a week to help protect our planet.
Visit www.meatfreemondays.com to read more about the campaign and its supporters. And remember, go Meat Free on Monday!
“The Meat Free Monday logo is a registered trademark and use of it here is not deemed to indicate any affiliation or endorsement of any third party or their products, services or opinions by the Meat Free Monday campaign.”
Voiceless is an independent non-profit organisation dedicated to alleviating the suffering of animals in Australia.
Brian Sherman AM and Ondine Sherman are the founders of Voiceless and have been dedicated to the cause for animals since 2004. They are about influencing law and public policy, exposing cruelty, creating social change and empowering us as the consumer to make more informed animal-friendly choices.
If you haven’t heard their voice before, then you are certainly going to hear it now – visit www.voiceless.org.au.
Animals Australia – the voice for animals. A not-for-profit organisation committed to permanently improving the welfare of all animals in Australia. Animals Australia expose suffering, educate the broader community, research alternatives and lobby governments to effect changes in laws to protect all animals.
Visit www.animalsaustralia.org to show your support. Their work on behalf of the animals is reliant on the generosity of members and donors. Become a member today and help take action against animal cruelty.
The name ‘Landcare’ evolved in Victoria through an initiative of Joan Kirner, (then Minister for Conservation, Forests and Lands) and Heather Mitchell, (then President of the Victorian Farmers Federation). With the generous support of community members, farmers and departmental officers, Heather Mitchell and Joan Kirner were able to launch ‘Landcare’ in a small town in central Victoria in November 1986.
What has transpired since is remarkable; Landcare groups have formed all across Australia, and in over 20 countries around the world. The cornerstones of Landcare are being community owned and driven, being bi-partisan in nature, and encouraging integrated management of environmental assets, including productive farmland and a sustainable approach to private land management.
Visit www.landcareaustralia.org.au to read more about how you can get involved, find a group, start a group or get your workplace involved.