*Photo credit to Anita Krajnc*
The Pig Preserve in Tenessee, United States attempts to give back to pigs the natural environment they deserve, This sanctuary takes more of a “hands-off” approach and allows hundreds of pigs to roam the 100 acres of land and forest freely.
It is magical and refreshing to see these creatures in such greenery, next to trees, and with so much free space.
This is the way every pig deserves to live.
Support pigs and their freedom by adopting a vegan lifestyle.
This looks amazing!
Feeling a little jaded today. I accomplished a lot this morning and I have class in a bit but now I’m just like blehh
list of people who can make me laugh so hard that i can’t even breathe
when you lose your phone in the blanket and you just
Beautiful tumbled Malachite and Chrysocolla piece!
A young Peruvian girl rests with her baby alpaca named Carmelo near Colca Canyon, Peru on May 6, 2009.
MY FAVORITE PICTURE IS BACK!!!
aye little girl, can I have your alpaca?
MOST PERFECT PICTURE EVERY AAAH DYING OF CUTENESS
can someone write a story based on this picture pls
Ran across a great book while doing research on racism in the environmental movement.
Each person interviewed talks about what they do outdoors and when/how they first became attracted to nature. They also discuss their views on (usually) being the only Black/Brown person in a “wild place” and on what they think keeps other people of color from experiencing the wild outdoors (variety of reasons given… poverty, too many responsibilities at home, not wanting to expose themselves to overt racism in small town America, etc.) .
The author of the book is Dudley Edmondson, a Black nature photographer/writer. So yeah.. the book has amazing photographs but also a great message: “Nature without question is for everyone.”
The purpose of the book is to encourage more Black people to discover nature and also for people to quit talking about what we don’t do. We (can) do everything!
I’m a nature enthusiast myself, and I’d love to not be the only Black person for miles and miles all the time. I cannot remember ever having any racist experiences on any of my little adventures… however, people in the book share some unfortunate stories. But, don’t let a fear of racist events stop you from enjoying nature. The land is a part of our culture! It is only in the last hundred years or so that Black people have become urbanized. Before this, we always had a relationship with nature. It’s time to reconnect!
what the holy ever living fuck
vegan dandies for the marshmallows, this caramel sauce recipe, ghirardelli’s semi-sweet chocolate (yup they’re vegan) chips oooor your fav. brand of vegan chocolate chips and vegan butter o’course.