2018 Veganville Happenings

Greetings from Veganville!  Spring is arriving to our coastal mountain property and we have been planning and working away to achieve some milestone objectives this year!


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Veganville Property Design

We now have our vision planned out for the property and how to best utilize every inch of the land to suit our mission. Veganville strives to become an example of sustainable farming utilizing permaculture methods. Permaculture is the development of an agricultural ecosystem that is sustainable with the greatest amount of self-reliance for any given area, property, or community. To begin achieving this, Veganville is having the land surveyed, applying for a Fruit Orchard Grant and implementing fund-raising for fencing the perimeter, animal enclosures, and garden plot.



With 36,770,958.98 gallons per year of rainwater collection potential annually, nitrogen rich soil, located in USDA Zone 8a, and solar/wind energy source capabilities, Veganville has a unique opportunity to utilize the land to it’s maximum potential.



Good land management requires a beneficial relationship with the local ecosystems. For Veganville, this includes keeping part of the property wild. With over 20 endangered species in the area, Veganville is committed to preserving a wildlife conservation area on the property.On January 17, 2018, Veganville became a Certified Wildlife Habitat® with the National Wildlife Federation and the Oregon Association of Northwest Steelheaders.



We are also working on our first animal enclosures. One being our chicken coop and the other, a half-acre enclosure connected to a small barn. We are very excited to welcome our first rescues this spring so stay tuned for news and ways to help us out with this. We are planning on hosting work parties on the property every third Sunday of the month now through September.


Biomedical Science Group from Colorado State University


We are continuing as a host farm for WWOOF-USA and accepting WWoofers through October and renting out RV Hookups through TryItTiny, AirBNB and Hipcamp.

We are very excited to start our third year as an organization achieving some mission milestones and thank everyone out there for your continued support. We look forward to what the year has in store for us!

Please consider donating to Veganville here.




Veganville (No) Meat & Greet

Just a few weeks in the area and we are thrilled at the amount of support Veganville has received from the Portland community.  We hosted our first event on Sunday June 26th to give the community a chance to come and meet us and answer questions about our vision of becoming a farm animal sanctuary and eco-village as well as our time line of how to get that started.

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  • February 2016-Veganville articles of Incorporation are approved by the state of California.
  • June 2016-Veganville property is purchased
  • June 2016-Meet and Greet
  • June 2016-1023 paperwork submitted to the IRS for Non Profit Status
  • June 2016-Work Party
  • July 2016-Animal Rescue and Campground permits to be submitted to the county of Clatsop
  • July 2016-Veganville Potluck on the property
  • August 2016-Camp Out on Property
  • June 2017-Veganville Grand Opening to the public

In order for us to accomplish this, we ask for anyone who is able, to volunteer their time out on the property to help build enclosures, create gardens and general property clean up. Message us if you’re interested in coordinating your availability. Other ways to help is to donate any new or used garden/farm supplies and equipment. Message us if you’d like to coordinate a drop off time.  We currently have a wish list on Amazon along with a gofundme for anyone interested in helping in those ways as well.  Sharing our Facebook page, website, events, blogs and pictures are always very helpful too!


Thank you again to everyone who came out to the event!  It was incredible to meet you and share our dream with you all!  Stay tuned…