Learn how to zero-waste veganize your life with Tosha Lobsinger
of Peace People Project
Tosha will discuss the benefits of zero-waste veganism and share information about:
-the clothing industry
-toxic materials like plastic
-how to pack for zero-waste vegan travel
-package-free + vegan groceries & bathroom products
-online resources for buying and selling used things
-local resources for sharing/renting (tools, camping stoves, tennis rackets, etc.)
-DIY toothpaste, veggie broth, milks, sauces, etc.
Q&A will follow.
Bring 2 reusable jars with you to bring home some goodies!
The workshop cost is $10 (this includes lots of information & tips + oat milk and toothpaste samples + it will also support the VVRC's exciting next stages!). Space is limited to 25 humans — reserve your seat here:
Come to the talk!
Zero-Waste Veganize Your Life
with Peace People Project
Fri. Jan. 11, 7-8pm
This event is in collaboration with the Vegan Pop Up 2.0: Veganuary Edition and the VVRC: Vancouver Vegan Resource Centre.
Check out the
Little Mountain Shop Vegan Pop-Up 2.0: Veganuary Edition
Thurs. Jan. 10th — Sun. Jan 13
Little Mountain Shop
(@ Main & 28th)
--> Peace People Project
apparel will be there!
about Peace People Project
Activism + Apparel / A commitment to spreading a message of peace for all beings + a conscious clothing line of vegan messages (for the animals!) printed on second hand pieces (for the earth!). 50% of profits are donated to farm sanctuaries.
about Little Mountain Shop
A beautiful storefront space cultivating community and entrepreneurship by welcoming pop-ups, workshops, and small events.
about the Vancouver Vegan Resource Centre (VVRC):
An inclusive community space where folks can learn about various components of veganism. The VVRC welcomes people at all stages of the vegan journey and offers information on food & cooking, the animal industries, activism & getting involved, health & wellness, and more.
There is a no-tolerance policy for any prejudice based on gender identification, sexual orientation, cultural and/or racial background, religion, level of ability, and/or financial status.
This event takes place on unceded Indigenous land, belonging to the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.